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Ftamlngham State College 
Fmrningham, Kvassachusetts 



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the staff 





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Art and Layout 




Literary 


VIRGINIA CAMPISI 




PAULA HALEY 


ELAINE POREMSKI 




CAROLE NELSON 


Photography 




Data 


NATALIE CIAMPA 




MARILYN NELSON 


CAROL BOUSQUET 




JANICE CLARK 


Typing 




Advertising 


JEAN LYONS 




PAULA SKUDLARK 


KAROLIN MANACKAS 




MARILYN McDONALD 


Advisor 




Business 


MRS. RUTH HERRING 




NANCY WILEY 


MISS MARJORIE SPARROW 





presents the 1958 



DIAL 



DEDICATION 4 

FOREWORD 8 

THE ARTS 

MUSIC 12 

ART 13 

LITERATURE 14 

THEATER 15 

THE SCIENCES 

PHYSICAL 18 

SOCIAL 19 

THE COMMUNITY 

CLASS BUILDINGS 22 

TRAINING SCHOOL 26 

DORMITORY LIFE 28 

THE CHURCHES 32 

THE ACTIVITIES 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 36 

COMMUTERS' 38 

PUBLICATIONS 39 

VOCATIONAL CLUBS 40 

SPORTS 42 

SENIORS 44 

UNDERCLASSMEN 85 

DIRECTORY 99 

ADVERTISING 12 3 



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state teachers college 
framingham, massachusetts 



DEDICATION 



To A PERSON WITH A LUCID UNDERSTANDING OF 
ALL OUR PROBLEMS AND A READY 
SOLUTION FOR ANY SITUATION, HOW- 
EVER LARGE OR SMALL; A TEACHER 
WITH A GENUINE INTEREST IN HER STU- 
DENTS, WITH THE ABILITY TO GUIDE 
THEM TOWARD ATTAINMENT OF THE 
HIGHEST GOALS, AND A WOMAN WITH 
A WISDOM THAT IS AN INSPIRATION TO 
ALL, WE THE CLASS OF 1958 DEDICATE 
THIS, OUR YEARBOOK TO 



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UR DEAN, MISS DOROTHY LARNED 






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GOODBYES ARE NEVER VERY 
PLEASANT SO IT IS WITH DEEP 
REGRET THAT OUR COLLEGE 
LOSES THE SERVICES OF TWO 
OF ITS ADMIRED INSTRUCTORS. 
TO BOTH OF THEM WE EXPRESS 
OUR APPRECIATION FOR THEIR 
GUIDANCE AND OUR WISH FOR 
ALL THAT IS BEST IN THE FUTURE. 



UNLIMITED GIVING OF TIME 
AND EFFORT FOR OUR LIBRARY 
. . . WIDE AND VARIED INTER- 
ESTS WITH AN ACCENT ON 
MUSIC . . . EXTREMELY INTER- 
ESTED IN LIBRARY WORK . . . 
CONTINUING HER CAREER AT 
MT. HOLYOKE 



MISS GLADYS F. PRATT 




DR. ELEANOR CHASE 




INSTRUCTOR OF FRESHMAN 
CHEMISTRY FOR MOST OF HER 
FRAMINGHAM CAREER . . . 
INSTRUMENTAL IN THE FORMA- 
TION OF OUR HONOR SYS- 
TEM . . . "ALWAYS IN A 
TIZZY" . . . AVID ARTS AND 
CRAFTS FAN ... AN INSPIRA- 
TION TO ALL WHO HAVE 
BEEN HER STUDENTS 



Always remember that preparation for 
teaching must be a continuing process. 
Remember, too, that ours is a privileged 
profession; that we deal with the most 
precious of all material, children made to 
God's image and likeness; that we have 
for a pattern Him who said, "Suffer the 
little children to come unto Me." 



I share with you all the joy and happiness 
of this hour. For me there is sadness, too, 
for what has been a close association over 
a period of four years must now of neces- 
sity come to an end. I have never learned 
to "let go with my heart." 



PRESIDENT MARTIN F. O'CONNOR 



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foreword 




The four years that we have spent at Framing- 
ham have been colored and in many instances 
determined by American and world events. 
Our very entrance into college in September 
of 1954 was delayed by the ravaging winds of 
Hurricane Carol, a dramatic beginning for our 
four-year panorama. 



Throughout this Dial you will find 
the events of our class — the class 
of 1958 — correlated with the 
events of the world in the years 
years 1954-1958, for, as goes the 
world, so go we. 



THE ARTS 



PICASSO'S EXAMPLE INFLUENCED OUR 
CONCEPT OF "MODERN ART" . . . HELP- 
ING TO ESTABLISH THE MODERN TREND, 
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT EMPHASIZED THE 
"FUNCTIONAL" IN ARCHITECTURE 




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STRAVINSKY CONTINUED THE WORK WHICH 
HE HAD BEGUN WITH HIS DYNAMIC AND 
REVOLUTIONARY "THE RITE OF SPRING" . . . 
WITH THE DEATH OF SIBELIUS IN 1957 THE 
MUSIC WORLD LOST A GREAT MASTER . . . 
LITERATURE FLOURISHED UNDER SUCH CREA- 
TIVE GENIUSES AS T.S. ELLIOT, ROBERT FROST 
AND EUGENE O'NEILL . . . BROADWAY SAW 

A SMASH HIT IN "MY FAIR LADY" 

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MUSICAL 
CLUBS 





GLEE CLUB 



FACULTY ADVISOR — Mr. James Savas. 



Harmony expressed through 
song . . . Inspiring chapel 
selections . . . The ever popu- 
lar operetta . . . The festive 
Christmas Concert 



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music 




CHOIR — N. Ciampa, J. Richardson, S. Knowlton, J. McCarthy, B. Pierce, 
L. Rubin, C. Slatkavitz, D. Murphy, B. Hilyard, B. Bertelli. 




OFFICERS - 
Sue Montalbano 
Betty Hilyard 
Barbara Peirce 



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FACULTY — Mr. Thomas Kenny. Mrs. Ruth Herring, Mr. Stephen Durke 




EXPERIMENTING WITH 
FINGER PAINTING 



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FACULTY - 
Dr. Elmer Salenius 
Miss Marjorie Sparrow 
Mr. Vincent Gannon 
Miss Vera Hemenway 



Masterpieces found in the library . . . Know- 
ledge gained through outside readings . . . 
Frequent trips to Boston theaters . . . Constant 
battling for reserved books . . . Morning scan- 
ning of the New York Times 



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STUDY AND REASARCH IN THE LIBRARY 



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HEAD LIBRARIAN — 
Miss Marie Mahoney 



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"The Play's The Thing" . . . 
March rings with the drama- 
tic .. . Props take precedence 
over studies . . . The impor- 
tation of male leads 



THE CHRISTMAS PAGEANT 



theater 



OFFICERS — 
Nancy Crawford 
Pat Nolan 
Ann Clifford 
Norma Dexter 




FACULTY ADVISOR - Dr. Joan Horrigan 



'THE HEIRESS" 



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THE SCIENCES 



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THE CONQUEST OF SPACE BECAME A 
NEARER REALITY AS RUSSIA LAUNCHED 
THE FIRST EARTH SATELLITE "SPUTNIK" 
IN OCTOBER 1957 .. . SALK'S POLIO 
VACCINE EVIDENCED MAN'S PROGRESS 
IN THE FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL* 










GOVERNMENT COMMISSIONS WERE 
ESTABLISHED TO ENCOURAGE SCIEN- 
TIFIC RESEARCH IN THE FIELDS OF 
ATOMIC ENERGY AND NUCLEAR 
PHYSICS ... THE EFFECTS OF THE 
INTERNATIONAL GEO-PHYSICAL YEAR 
WERE FELT IN EVERY FIELD 



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FACULTY — Miss Margaret Scully, Dr. Alice Glover, Dr. Dana Jost, Mrs. Kathryn Willis. 





Scientific method encouraging 
the objective point of view 
. . . Patient and precise pursuit 
of the unknown . . . Constant 
threat of danger from would- 
be scientists 



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FRESHMEN PROJECT - THE SCIENCE BULLETIN BOARD 



CHEMISTRY LAB IN WELLS 



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Our world concept changes . . . 
Confusing elements gain clari- 
ty .. . Fallacies of common 
thinking are revealed . . . Inter- 
dependence forms the basis of 
our modern society 



MAPS AND GLOBES BASIC TO THE STUDY OF GEOGRAPHIC AREAS 



SOCIO 



FACULTY — Mr. Joseph Boothroyd, Dr. Mary McGann, 
Dr. John Bowler (registrar). 




FACULTY - 
Miss Miriam Riley 
Miss Ada Shawkey 
Miss A. Carolla Haglund 



THE 
COMMUNITY 



THE CONCEPT OF THE AMERICAN COMMUNITY 
UNDERWENT MANY AND DIVERSE CHANGES . . . 
THE CITIES WERE FORCED TO DECENTRALIZE TO 
ACCOMMODATE A GROWING SUBURBIA, AS 
EVIDENCED BY THE MANY LOCAL SHOPPING 
CENTERS 








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IN THE FALL OF 1956, AMERICA WELCOMED LARGE 
NUMBERS OF HUNGARIAN REFUGEES INTO HER COMMU- 
NITIES . . . BISHOP FULTON SHEEN AND EVANGELIST 
BILLY GRAHAM EXEMPLIFIED THE RELIGIOUS TEMPO OF 
THE TIMES . . . CONGRESS UPSET THE SOCIAL SYSTEM OF 
THE SOUTH BY PASSING THE FAMOUS ANTI-SEGREGATION 
RULING 



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FACULTY — Dr. Leonard Savignano, Miss Margaret Walker. 





dwight hall 




OFFICE STAFF - 
Mrs. Joyce Mallar 
Miss Barbara Eaton 
Miss Margaret Fair 
Miss Ann Doyle 
Mrs. Mabel Buckley 



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HELPING IN THE MART 
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Foster 



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The hub of campus activity . . . The ever 
busy offices of the President, the Reg- 
istrar, and the Dean . . . Location of the 
book store and the "Mart" . . . The 
smoker with its countless club meet- 
' ings, forums, and hands of bridge 





THE AUDITORIUM 



HEAD OF ELEMENTARY DEPT. — 
Miss Emma Hunt 



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Chemistry is King . . . From the 
arts and crafts workshop come 
the odors of baking clay and 
enamel . . .. The headaches of 
organic chem. . . . Anyone for a 
jig-saw puzzle? 




FACULTY — Miss Deborah Russell, Dr. Eleanor Chase, Mr. Warren Colson. 




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ACTIVITY IN THE 
WELLS ART LAB 





HEAD OF HOME ECONOMICS DEPT. 
Dr. Constance Jordan 




may hall 



THE HUM OF BUSY MACHINES 



Home Economics finds expres- 
sion in the areas of Clothing 
and Foods . . . Fashion trends, 
buying, textile research pro- 
vide materials for attractive 
displays . . . Commuters' cafe- 
teria furnishes a hazardous 
laboratory for the acquired 
knowledge of food prepara- 
tion 




FACULTY — Miss Florence Dorwood, Miss Muriel Buckley 



FACULTY - Miss Mary O'Connor 



FACULTY — Miss M. Marshall, Mrs. M. Kerr, Miss M. Bond 
Mrs. A. Spellacy, Miss M. Stapleton, principal; Miss I. Carboneau 



Jonathan 




FOURTH-GRADERS STUDY THE UNIVERSE 



Educational theories find va- 
lidity in actual classroom situa- 
tions . . . Lesson planning, 
playground duties and activity 
programs ... A valuable test- 
ing ground for our abilities 



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MISS MERRILL CULMINATING HER UNIT 



maynard 



THE 

TRAINING 

SCHOOL 




TEACHER GUIDANCE 
ON PUPIL-PLANNED MURAL 









FACULTY — Miss A. Scipione, Miss E. Wells, Miss E. Pureed, Mrs. M. Hayes, 
Miss M. Hoffman, Miss R. Ward, Miss G. Clark, Miss K. Fitzgerald. 



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The Inter-Dorm Council with its self- 
imposed system of demerits and disci- 
pline . . . The Nurse's office, a source 
of excused absences, sympathy and 
aspirin . . . The much used smoker 
and T.V. set 



pierce hall 



THE DINING ROOM 




Center of dormitory social ac- 
tivity ... A busy dining room 
scene at 7:30 - 12:30-5:45 . . . 
The constant ring of the tele- 
phone, especially on Thursday 
nights . . . "Guest in the living 
room" 



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OFFICERS — Lois Keefe, Ann Folsom, 
Joan Doull, Diane Fistori. 






HOUSE MOTHER - Miss Ruth Newell 




DIETICIAN — 
Miss Dora Harding 

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vocational house 



"Off campus," at the foot of the 
hill . . . Encompasses marketing, 
meal planning, and entertaining 
. . . Provides training in home 
and family living . . . Projects in 
remodeling and refurnishing 



A BREAK IN A BUSY SCHEDULE 





Domain of the Home Eco- 
nomics Juniors . . . Princi- 
ples of work simplification 
and management . . . Elabo- 
rate guest nights ... 7 to 7 
routine 

FACULTY — Miss Dorothy Stewart, Miss Rachel Bangs. 



crocker hall 




OFFICERS - Ann McGinley, 
Ann Kazokas, Nancy Washburn 




THE IDEAL ATMOSPHERE OF 


WELL-PLANNED 




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THOMAS A KEMPIS CLUB 



OFFICERS — Kathy O'Brien, Maureen Lyons, 
Martha McGinnis, Maryanne Quirk. 




FACULTY ADVISOR — Miss Barbara Scullane 



THE COMMUNION BREAKFAST AT THE MARIDOR 



Christian inspiration found 
both on and off campus . . . 
Catholic fellowship found in 
the Thomas A Kempis Club . . . 
St. Bridget's . . . The Christ- 
mas formal 
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THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 



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YOUNG WOMEN'S 
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS - Helen Merrill, Ursula Uebel, 
Judy Griffin, Judy Hitchcock. 





Enrichment of lives through true 
Christian living . . . Lenten Sun- 
rise Services in Chalmers Theater 
. . . Affiliation with national or- 
ganizations and participation in 
regional conferences 



THE CANDLE-LIGHT SERVICE 



FACULTY ADVISOR - Dr. Ruth Miller 





THE ACTIVITIES 



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1954 CALENDAR 1958 




SEPTEMBER 

20 
FRESHMAN 
INITIATION 






OCTOBER 

7 
JUNIOR- 
FRESHMAN 
PARTY 




OCTOBER 

28 

SOPHOMORE 

RECORD HOP 


NOVEMBER 

3 

JUNIOR 

INFORMAL 






NOVEMBER 

19 
FRATEACO 




DECEMBER 

18 

CHRISTMAS 

BANQUET 


DECEMBER 

19 

SENIOR 

CAROLING 




DECEMBER 

27 

A KEMPIS 

FORMAL 




EXAMS! 




JANUARY 

17-18 

SKI 

WEEKEND 






FEBRUARY 

1 
Y.W.C.A. 
FORMAL 








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MARCH 

7 
STUNT 
NIGHT 


MARCH 

21 

HILLTOP 

PLAY 




APRIL 

26-27 

JUNIOR 

WEEKEND 




MAY 

11 
MAY 
DAY 




JUNE 

6 

SENIOR 

PROM 


JUNE 
8 
COMMENCE- 
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IN WORLD ACTIVITIES, PRESIDENT 
EISENHOWER SKILLFULLY LEADS OUR 
NATION . . . JOHN FOSTER DULLES 
REPRESENTS THE UNITED STATES IN 
THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE ... THE 
VOICE OF AMERICA IS HEARD . . . 
THE YANKEES MAINTAIN SUPREM- 
ACY IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — M. Flanagan, Dean Lamed, E. Ramsey, M. Shea, Miss Scullane, President 
O'Connor, A. Looney, L. Frizzell, E. Lane, M. O'Brien, B. Hobin, Dr. Jost. 







student 



JUDICIARY BOARD — Miss Miriam Riley, Advisor; M. LaRose 
J. Lyons, L. Frizzell, S. Adams, S. Lacaire. 



HONOR COUNCIL — B. Odiorne, B. Shaw, A. Krebs, N. Murphy, 
L. Marinacci, R. Morrow, F. lacoboni, M. Olson. 



SC A 

STUDENT 

COOPERATIVE 

ASSOCIATION 



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N.S.A. DELEGATE — Barbara Hobin 



PRESIDENT — Ann Marie Looney 



government 



Functioning toward the goal of 
self-discipline through the J.B. 
and the Honor Council . . . 
International affairs reached 
the campus through the N.S.A. 
Committee . . . The perennial 
problem of designating the 
dates for the school calendar 
faces the C.C.C. 




CLASS AND CLUB COUNCIL 
M. O'Brien, L. Westfall, 
U. Uebel, B. Hobin, 
L. Clifford, J. Higgins, 
B. Keeler, J. Kinney, 
S. Henriques, M. Quirk, 
Dean Lamed. 



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commuters' club 




OFFICERS — Penny Money, Judy White, Pat Ricci. 




FACULTY ADVISOR - Miss Anna Billa. 




THE SMOKER 
BETWEEN CLASSES 



THE CHRISTMAS BANQUET AT FRAMINGHAM MOTOR INN 



Carpools, commuters' lunch- 
room, studying in the smok- 
ers . . . The yearly problem 
of confused locker numbers 
. . . The annual barbecue 
and Christmas banquet 



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DIAL 

Concentrated and cooper- 
ative efforts to reproduce 
four years in one volume 
. . . The search for a theme 
. . . Creative ability finds ful- 
fillment 



DIAL STAFF — V. Campisi, K. Manackas, E. Poremski, M. Nelson, M. McDonald, J. Clark, 
P. Skudlark, J. Lyons, C. Nelson, C. Bousquet, P. Haley, N. Ciampa, L. Westfall. 



publications 




THE PUBLICATIONS TEA 

GATE POST 

Gate Post breaks out with a 
a new face under the able 
leadership of 1958 . . . Last 
minute scurry to meet the 
deadline . . . Fall Publica- 
tions Tea welcomes freshmen 



MARILYN AND LESLEY 
COLLABORATING ON MATERIAL 



GATE POST STAFF - A. Clark, H. Dalrymple, H. Merrill, P. McCaffrey, B. Rooney, 
J. Hitchcock, B. Kachadorian, M. Minahan, A. Krebs, D. MacRae, L. Valakis, 
J. Farley, V. Baldi. 




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OFFICERS — Frances lacoboni, Carole Nelson, Eileen de Bettencourt 



Participation on a national basis 
. . . Sponsors of Dad-Daughter 
Day . . . Prize trips to Nation- 
al Convention in Philidelphia 
awarded to outstanding Home 
Economics students 



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FACULTY ADVISOR - Miss Madeline Monroe 



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CELEBRITIES — Frances lacoboni, First Army Woman 
Dietician; Karyl Benson, Top 4-H'er in United States 



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THE CHRISTMAS PARTY 



Social club geared to profes- 
sional interests . . . Sponsors of 
the Christmas Party for needy 
local children . . . Panels of 
Superintendents discuss teacher 
qualifications 



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A.C.E. 

ASSOCIATION 
CHILDHOOD 
EDUCATION 





DISCUSSIONS WITH SUPERINTENDENTS 



OFFICERS — 

Carlene Mello 

Miss Margaret Walker, Advisor 

Susan Henriques 

Helen Moloney 

Connie Murphy 



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CHEERING FOR THE GOLD STARS 



Frateaco weekend culminates 
fall sports activity . . . Rivalry 
of the Black and Gold 





A CLOSE GAME OF SOCCER 



THAT "IVY-LEAGUE" LOOK 



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FACULTY — Miss Beatrice Taylor, Dr. Ann Mackey 





ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 



STUNT NIGHT WINNERS - THE FRESHMEN 

Faculty versus students pro- 
vides amusing field day . . . 
Class competition for Stunt 
Night Honors . . . Monday 
night swimming excursions to 
Babson Pool 




FACULTY-STUDENT FIELD DAY 




OFFICERS — Sandy Galavotti, Janet Higgins, 
Pat Murray, Kathy Kerls 



SENIORS 



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AS COMMUTERS AT THE ANNUAL BANQUET 



FRESHMEN COURT - COMPLETE WITH INDIAN JUDGES 



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SUN-PLAY AND SUN-BURNS 
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OUR MAY QUEEN, Joan Barrett 




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THE "BERMUDA BOUNCE" 



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OUR JUNIOR PROM 

AT THE BRADFORD ROOF 



VOTING TIME FOR SCHOOL ELECTIONS 



HAMPTON COURT IS THE SCENE 
FOR OUR JUNIOR INFORMAL 



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SENIOR ELECTIVE - "MODERN DANCE- 



SENIORS PLAY HOSTESS TO THE FRESHMEN 




THEIR LAST CHRISTMAS BANQUET 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Priscilla Lewis, Beverly Keeler, 
Karolin Manackas, Ann Carney, Mr. Vincent Gannon, Advisor 





JOYCE BAKER 



JOAN BARRETT 








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JANE CAHILL 



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PATRICIA (Magennis) CALDWELL 





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MARIE CALLAHAN 




ROSE CAPODANO 




VIRGINIA CAMPISI 



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ALICE CARDOZA 




HELEN CARLSON 



ANN CARNEY 





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BARBARA CASTELLANO 



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NATALIE CIAMPA 



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ANN CLARK 




JANICE CLARK 



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FRANCES COUGHLAN 



BARBARA CROCKETT 





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BARBARA CURLEY 



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HAZEL DALRYMPLE 



JOANNE DANAHY 






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CLAUDIA DiGIOVANNI 



JOYCE DILWORTH 





MARY DONNELLY 




JOAN DOULL 



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RENE DOWGIALO 



MARGARET DOYLE 







CAROLYN DUBE 




ELINORE DREHER 



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JANE DZEDOVETZ 








VALERIE ELLIS 



JOAN (Cotten) ELLEDGE 






NANCY FARROW 



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MARITA FORREST 





LEE FOWLER 




MARY GRADY 







LOUISE FRIZZELL 



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HELEN GUTHRIE 



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MARY HAMILTON 



PAULA HALEY 





JANICE HALEY 



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SUSAN HENRIQUES 




JANET HIGGINS 





LOIS HOLMES 




JUDITH HITCHCOCK 



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BARBARA KACHADORIAN 




BEVERLY KEELER 




PATRICIA KELLY 




JOAN KELLY 




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CAROL KENNA 



SYLVIA KNOWLTON 






ANNE KREBS 





ELIZABETH JOHNSON 



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JOAN LAFFORD 



ELIZABETH LANE 





MARILYN LaROSE 




JOAN LAWLOR 



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CAROL LEONARD 



CAROL LEAVITT 





EAAYLEE LERER 




ANGELINA LEONE 



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PRISCILLA LEWIS 





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ANNE LOONEY 




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KAROLIN AAANACKAS 



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LEONA AAARINACCI 





patricia McCaffrey 




EILEEN McDEVITT 




DOLORES McRAE 



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MARILYN McDONALD 



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CARLINE MELLO 



MARILYN MINAHAN 






HELEN MERRILL 



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HELEN MOLONEY 



SUSANNA MONTALBANO 




THERESE MONTMINY 





MARJORIE MORGAN 



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ROSEMARY MORROW 



MARY ANNE MULLINS 





CORNELIA MURPHY 




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JOANNE MURCH 




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DOREEN MURPHY 



CAROL NANATONIS 








CAROLE NELSON 





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MARYLYN NELSON 



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HELEN NICHOLAS 



MARIA O'BRIEN 





JOANNE O'NEIL 




HELEN PAULETTE 



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MARY LOU (O'Brien) PIMENTAL 



ELAINE POREMSKI 





GERTRUDE REEN 




ELIZABETH (Head) RAMSEY 



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MARILYN REIDY 





JOANNE ROONEY 



JEAN RICHARDSON 



PATRICIA REINICHE 





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BETTY JANE ROSS 




LOIS RUBIN 



PATRICIA SHANAHAN 



BARBARA SALTMAN 





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PAULA SKUDLARK 




CHARLOTTE SLATKAVITZ 




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ANNE SULLIVAN 





ELIZABETH SLECKZOWSKI 



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BARBARA SUMMERS 



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THE FINALE JUNE, 1958 





MRS. VIRGINIA MARTIN 



AN OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY 
ENDEARED TO US ALL . . . NO 
STUDENT PROBLEM WAS EVER 
TOO SMALL ... AN INDISPEN- 
SABLE ASSISTANT IN THE SCIENCE 
LAB . . . HELPFUL, UNDERSTAND- 
ING, AND ABOVE ALL, INTERESTED. 



FOR THIS AND MORE WE THANK YOU. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 




AS EVERY NATION IS DIFFERENT, SO 
EVERY CLASS IS DIFFERENT . . . ARTIS- 
TIC TALENTS, ATHLETIC ABILITIES, AND 
QUALITIES OF LEADERSHIP VARY WITH 
EACH CLASS NUMERAL . . . YET, EACH 
STRIVES IN ITS INDIVIDUALISTIC MANNER 
TO UPHOLD THE FRAMINGHAM TRADI- 
TION 



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CLASS OFFICERS — Charlotte Quinn, Frances Mongeon, 
Jocelyn Kinney, Nancy Sullivan. 





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P. Fahey, B. Robinson, C. Roach, F. AAongeon, 
C. White, M. O'Brien, P. Nolan. 




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J. Rice, J. Schneider, V. Wieman, 
K. O'Brien, P. Ricci, E. O'Neil. 



M. Gorman, N. Crawford, S. Henderson, J. Long, 
H. Burns, J. Volpe, N. Dexter, M. Dwyer. 



P. Fowler, A. Kinney, C. Brandli, J. Griffin, 

S. Dineen, M. O'Keefe, J. LaFauci, F. Macdonald 

E. Dowling, J. Tier, A. Johnson, L. Valakis. 




A jazz concert and a gay Junior 
Weekend highlight this year 
. . . Entertainment at the Junior- 
Freshman party . . . Student 
teaching . . . The acquisition 
of Class Rings 



B. Hilyard, AA. A. Winslow, L. Clifford, M. Quirk, 
AA. Shea, AA. Cuneo, N. Couch, AA. Daly. 




AA. Flanagan, J. Allen, A. Clancy, B. Ballou, 
AA. Bernhardt, E. Healy, B. Hobin. 



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C. Robson, P. Randazzo, B. AAandis, C. Dame, 
G. AAcGurren, M. Ryan. 



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C. Hunt, N. Washburn, I. Gilbert, P. Harrison, 
H. Kelly, L. Crump, N. Tanner, B. Hull, N. Thomas, 
M. Thorburn, E. Fleming, G. Edson, C. Quinn, 
P. Freeman, A. Kazokas, J. Laing, J. Pearson. 



B. Riley, K. Kerls, J. Bennett, D. Keller, G. Baldi, P. Murray, 
N. Gustavson, AA. Lyons, J. Bussey. 







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J. Farley, J. DesRoches, B. Frost, P. Allen, P. Atkinson, 
B. AAcGinnis, F. lacoboni, J. Connor, A. AAcGinley, 
D. Bernier. 



CLASS OFFICERS — Catherine Hickey, Sheila McCormack, 
Kay Parsons, Mary Beksha. 





V. Carroll, J. Hussey, A. Wegerdt, K. Varley, P. Pinna, 
E. Donovan, J. Haskell, B. Calacey. 



sophomores 




P. Connors, M. McDonough, D. Goodlatte, J. Walsh, R. Fisher, K. Mullen, 
N. Shaffman, P. Tivnan, A. Watson, S. McCormack, R. Barry. 



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M. Gerrits, K. Benson, J. Porter, N. Fitzgerald, 
E. Shea, S. Curtin, N. Morrison, J. Curtis. 



The excitement of May Day . . . 
"The Harvest Hop" ... A clever 
Stunt Night theme . . . Fittings 
for the college blazer 



'THE HARVEST HOP" 




AA. Mayer, P. Bassing, K. Coughlin, E. Bailey, 
K. Hickey, W. Hoskins. 




L. Monique, W. Dennis, D. Canesi, V. George, C. Booker, 
M. Moynihan. 





A. Headquist, H. Crosby, B. Sullivan, J. Cowel 



E. Johnson, S. Galavotti, C. Paul, J. Kaufman, 
L. Anderson. 



A. Cabral, E. Nichols, N. Haydon, J. Colpitis, 
A. Haley, S. Lacaire, B. Stone, J. Miller. 




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AA. Fitzgerald, R. Bianchi, 
J. Shea, E. Cohen, 

B. Chandler, C. Cheney, 

C. Curran. 



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AA. Looney, B. Rouleau, B. Pierce, J. Dalton, A. Lovett, 
B. Odiorne, B. Crisci. 



AA. Healey, E. AAcConnell, K. Parsons, P. Driscoll, 
S. Hosmer, S. Ginsberg, J. Green, K. Hetherington, 
AA. Waldron. 




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A. AA. Folsom, AA. Beksha, 
D. Dwyer, N. Flynn, 
J. Blanchard, J. Lavalee, 
S. Makepeace, R. Crooks. 




J. Heron, A. Craig, M. Driscoll, AA. L. Cronan, 
J. Bosworth, F. Gallagher, AA. Fitzpatrick, N. Bolduc, 
AA. Hindlian. 



A. Sheehan, J. Chisholm, 
P. Dowling, J. Cowhig, 
E. Welz, A. Bowen, 
AA. Lanigan, J'. Battista, 
T. Grignafinni. 




S. Secord, J. Hamilton, S. Nazarian, B. Empey, D. Zophin, 
J. AAcLaughlin, B. Shaw, C. Ryan, E. Headberg, AA. Fleming, 
K. Griffin, J. Wright. 



A. Calarese, AA. AAills, V. Dias, B. Sullivan, J. AAoney, 
L. Boni, L. Cepurneek, L. Keefe, J. Brownell. 





N. Haven, J. Vars, 8. Sawlelle, J. Lafond, L. Touchette, 
J. Davidowicz, B. Bertelli, W. Anketell. 





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E. Smith, L. Winslow, 
AA. Lyons, P. Copeland 
G. Klein, M. Farley 
C. Burke, K. AAcGreenery, 
J. Tattersall, AA. Papineau, 
AA. Johnson, N. Crowley. 



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B. Barnhill, P. AAcNulty, S. Steele, S. Collins, P. Conners, 
A. Wyche, D. Fistori, K. Burke, J. Jackson, R. AAacLellan. 






CLASS OFFICERS — Nancy Haven, Kathleen Kenney, 
Barbara Black, Marilyn Volk, Olive MacDonald. 



M. McKenna, M. Connelly, S. Power, C. Reardon, 
J. Morrissey, C. Flood, K. Honan, D. Clapp, M. DeCicco. 



D. Centracchio, C. Kelly, 
B. Fickeisen, M. Barton 
J. Anderson, E. Holmes, 
G. Keane, A. Cronin, 
M. Olson, J. Donnelly, 
M. Spence, J. Kennedy. 





N. Murphy, C. Pacheco, S. AAoore, N. Cibel, C. Burke, 

M. Fitzmaurice, R. Ingham, K. Kenney, J. AAurtaugh, C. Quirk, 

M. AAartain, R. Singer, S. Emmons, D. Harvey, AA. Heseltine, 

G. Bauer, D. Latorella, J. Longworth. 



E. Corcoran, AA. Dacy, B. LaFontaine, J. Oliveri, L. Ciafardini, 

B. Betsch, C. Brennan, B. Shields, P. Hurley, R. DeCosta, 

C. Litchfield, AA. Poisson. 




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AA. AAurphy, N. Eldredge, 
K. Sampson, AA. Hull, 
N. Finn, AA. Garrahan, 
J. Henrickson, S. Cohen, 
N. AAacLeod, AA. Keaney 
E. Caulstone. 




FRESHMAN INITIATION 



B. White, P. Tosca, E. Slamin, G. Vaux, 
J. Thatcher, J. Walker, M. Tuite, B. Wasson, 
M. Wishnow, M. Volk, C. Stearns. 



Beanies with the numeral "61" 
. . . The initiation with the 
nursery rhyme theme ... A 
winning adaptation of "Fan- 
tasia" for Stunt Night . . . The 
Freshmen-Senior Tea ... A 
memorable year of new friends 
and experiences. 



D. Nash, S. Curran, M. Cooney, H. AAoschi, J. Parnes, J. Haye: 
M. DiSciullo, J. Ernst, C. Hills, E. Flint, J. Schneider, E. Sullivar 
B. Blach, S. Jarvis. 




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J. Daley, C. Chausse, J. Drew, H. Heenan, K. Cody, 
R. McCarthy, E. Cooper, M. Levine, D. Curtin, C. Pasquantonio, 
M. Farley. 



M. Murnane, P. Grundberg, S. Scully, S. King, 
W. Norton, E. Kaizer, A. Lefevore, G. Bennett. 





A. Dal/. C. Cern/, C. Beall, O. Macdonald, 
A. Grossman, M. Rodenhaven, L. McGuire. 





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SENIOR Dl RECTORY 



BAKER, JOYCE A. 



BARRETT, JOAN 

BATTAGLIA, ADELAIDE 

BEARCE, ALICE 
BOUSQUET, CAROL S. 



BRIGHTON, RUTH 
BROWN, CAROL A. 



BURKE, PENELOPE R. 



BYRNE, LOUISE M. 



CAHILL, JANE D. 



CALDWELL, PATRICIA (Magennis) 



Elementary 99 Harnden Avenue, Watertown 

Glee Club 1,2,3; Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 4; 
Y.W.C.A. 1,2; May Day Court 2, Chairman May 
Day Makeup Committee 2; Chairman Stunt Night 
Makeup Committee 3. 

Elementary 505 Nichols Street, Norwood 

A. A. 2; Hilltop Players 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; A.C.E. 
2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; May Day Queen 2; Stunt 
Night Co-Chairman Props Committee 3. 



Elementary 

Commuters' 

1,2,3. 



6 Donazette Street, Wellesley 
1,2,3,4; May Day 2; Stunt Night 



Home Economics 1 Bellview Drive, Mansfield 

Home Economics 61 Stickney Road, Medford 

A.A. 1,2; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4, 
Board 2,3, Secretary 3; Frateaco Cheerleader 1,2; 
Dining Room Council 1,2; Co-Chairman May Day 
Dance 2; Gate Post 2,3; Crocker Hall Treasurer 3; 
Junior Informal Committee 3; Photography co- 
editor DIAL 4; Co-Chairman Freshman Court and 
Initiation 4; Co-Chairman Stunt Night 4. 



Elementary 



9 Pickering Place, Needham 



Home Economics 54 Church Street, Winchester 
A.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2; Hilltop Players 1,3; A 
Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 
3; Interdorm Council 3; Stunt Night 3,4; All Col- 
lege Treasurer 4. 

Elementary 

733 Vl East 7th Street, South Boston 
Transfer from Boston State Teachers College; A.A. 
2,3,4; Hilltop Players 4; Commuters' 2; A.C.E. 
3,4, Chairman Christmas Party 4; A Kempis 2,3,4; 
Co-Chairman May Day Dance 2; Co-Chairman 
Junior Weekend Dance 3; Stunt Night 3,4; Presi- 
dent Horace Mann Hall 4; Interdorm Council 4; 
Class Historian 4. 

Elementary 1 8 Exeter Street, Belmont 
Glee Club 1; Commuters' 2,3,4; Chairman Enter- 
tainment 2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4; May Day 2; 
A.C.E. 4. 

Elementary 1 1 Fairfield Road, Cochituate 

Hilltop Players 2; Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2; 
May Day Decoration Committee 2; Stunt Night 
1,2,3,4. 

Elementary Lake Street, Sherborn 

A.A. 1,2; Commuters' 3,4; A Kempis 3,4; May 
Day 2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4; Campus Decoration 
Committee 3. 



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CALLAHAN, MARIE A. 



Elementary 239 Weld Street, West Roxbury 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Frateaco 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Tal- 
ent Show 3, Basketball Captain 4; Glee Club 1,2; 
A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Stunt Night 
1,2,3,4; May Day Music Committee 2. 



CAMPISI, VIRGINIA A. 



Elementary 79 Barbara Road, Waltham 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; A.C.E. 1,2,4; A 
Kempis 1; Science 1; Co-Chairman Stunt Night 
Script Committee 1; College Publicity 1; Co- 
Chairman Bermuda Bounce 2; Frateaco Cheer- 
leader 2; Gate Post Staff 2,3, Assistant Editor 3; 
Class Secretary 3; Co-Chairman Orchestra Junior 
Weekend 3; Dial Art Editor 4. 



CAPODANNO, ROSE MARIE 



Home Economics 

175 Foster Avenue, Ocean Bluff 
A.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Commuters' 1,2; A Kempis 
1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4, Fashion Show 4; May 
Day Decoration Committee 2; Stunt Night Make- 
up Committee 2. 



CARDOZA, ALICE 



Elementary 

1 33 Stephen Street, South Dartmouth 
A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Chapel and 
Assembly Committee 3; Freshman Advisor 4. 



CARLSON, HELEN R. 



CARNEY, ANN 



CASTELLANO, BARBARA 



CIAMPA, NATALIE A. 



CIOFFI, DOROTHY C. 



CLARK, ANNE E. 



Elementary 

86 Mapleshade Avenue, East Longmeadow 
A.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; 
A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4. 

Elementary 191 Bainbridge Street, Maiden 

Hilltop 3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4, 
Secretary 3; May Day Choreography Chairman 2; 
Stunt Night Make-up Chairman 3; Co-Chairman 
Junior Informal 3; Co-Chairman Junior Weekend 
3; Class Secretary 4; Horace Mann Hall Treasurer 
4; Dining Room Council 4; Freshman Adviser 4; 
Co-Chairman Last Senior Chapel 4. 

Home Economics 10 Francis Street, Watertown 
A.A. 1,2; Commuters' 2,3; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4. 

Elementary 16 Howe Street, Hudson 

Glee Club 2,3,4; Choir 4; Commuters' 1,2,3; 
A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 2; May Day Program 
Committee 2; Invitation Committee 2; Photog- 
raphy Co-Editor Dial 4. 

Elementary 17 Mount Vernon Street, Arlington 
Commuters' 3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; May Day 2; 
Frateaco 1,2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4. 

Home Economics 

86 Jenney Street, New Bedford 
A.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Hilltop 1,2,3; 
Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; 
Gate Post 2,3,4; Interdorm Council 3; Stunt Night 
1,2,3,4; Freshman Advisor 4; Lab. Assistant 4; 
Student Lounge Committee 4. 



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CLARK, JANICE M. 



Elementary Main Street Conway 

Glee Club 3,4; A.C.E. 1; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 
4, Co-Chairman Dance Committee 3, Delegate to 
Conference at Hartford Seminary 4; May Day 
Chapel Committee 2- Stunt Night 2,3,4; Dial 
Data Co-Editor 4. 



COUGHLAN, FRANCES T. 



CROCKETT, BARBARA E. 

CURLEY, BARBARA J. 

DALEY, PRISCILLA A. 
DALRYMPLE, HAZEL I. 



DANAHY, JO-ANNE E. 



DENHAM, JUDITH E. 



DENNEHY, CAROLYN A. 



DiGIOVANNI, CLAUDIA 



DILWORTH, JOYCE M. 



DONNELLY, MARY L. 



Elementary 36 Jewett Street, Newton 

Commuters' 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Christmas 
Banquet 3; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
NSA Delegate 2; Stunt Night Make-up Commit- 
tee 1, Props Committee 2; May Day Program 
Committee 2. 

Home Economics 

144 Warren Street, West Medford 
A.A. 2,3; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; Chapel and As- 
sembly Committee 1. 

Elementary . 30 Henry Street, Framingham 

Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 2,3,4; May Day 
Refreshment Committee 2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4. 



Elementary 
Commuters' 1,2,3,4. 



41 Dover Road, Wellesley 



Home Economics 13 Maple Street, Hopkinton 

Commuters' 2,3,4; Home Ec. 2,3,4; May Day 
Program Committee 2; Chapel Committee 2,3; 
Stunt Night 2,4; Hospitality Committee 4; Gate 
Post 4. 

Elementary 30 Main Street, Framingham 

Transfer from University of Tampa; Commuters' 
1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; May Day 2; Stunt 
Night 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3. 

Home Economics 177 Beulah Street, Whitman 

Hilltop 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2, President 3; 
Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; 
Gate Post 2; May Day Co-Chairman Props Com- 
mittee 2; Student Council 4; Class and Club 
Council 3. 



Elementary 

A.A. 1; Glee Club 

1,2,3,4. 



298 Belmont Street, Quincy 
1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; A Kempis 



Elementary 

313 Country Club Road, Newton Centre 
A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; May Day 2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4. 

Elementary 40 Griswold Street, Cambridge 

Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; May Day 
2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4. 

Elementary 44 Clements Road, Waltham 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Frateaco 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader 1,2,3, 
Co-Chairman Hospitality Committee 2, Co-Chair- 
man Dance 3; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
May Day 2. 



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DOULL, JOAN AA. 



Elementary 15 Washington Terrace, Dedham 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Frateaco 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman 
Dance 2, Co-Chairman Alumnae Committee 3, 
Volleyball Captain 4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 
1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Publicity Committee 3; 
President Peirce Hall 4; Interdorm Council 4. 



DOWGIALO, IRENE I. 



Home Economics 520 Summer Street, Weymouth 
Hilltop Players 3; Home Ec. 2,3,4, Co-Chairman 
of Bridal Show 3; Science 2; May Day Publicity 
Committee 2; Stunt Night Lighting Committee 3. 



DOYLE, MARGARET M. 



Home Economics 

73 Water Street, Braintree Highlands 
A.A. 1,2; Frateaco 1; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4; A Kem- 
pis 1,2,3; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; President of Crocker 
Hall 3; Interdorm Council 3. 



DREHER, ELINORE 



Elementary 8 Maple Avenue Fairhaven 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3; Co-Chairman of Student- 
Faculty Field Day Committee 3; Commuters' 2; 
A.C.E. 1,2,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,3,4; Science 2; Co-Chair- 
man May Day Costume Committee 2. 



DUBE, CAROLYN R. 



Home Economics 

27 Meadowbrook Avenue, West Springfield 
Glee Club 1,2,3; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 
1,2,3,4; Science 1,2; Vice President of Crocker 
Hall 3; Interdorm Council 4; Co-Chairman of Dad- 
Daughter Day 4. 



DZEDOVETZ, JANE S. 



Elementary 

Commuters' 

1,2,3,4. 



1 1 Sunset Road, Cambridge 
1,2,3,4; May Day 2; Stunt Night 



ELLEDGE, JOAN (Cotten) 



Home Economics 10 State Street, Framingham 
Transfer from Appalachian State Teachers College, 
Boone, North Carolina. Home Ec. 4. 



ELLIS, VALERIE J. 



Elementary 20 Hemlock Street, East Walpole 
A.A. 1,2,3; Frateaco Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captain 
4, Co-Chairman Flower Committee 3; A.C.E. 1,2, 
3; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3; May Day Program Committee 
2; Co-Chairman Cap and Gown Committee 3. 



FARROW, NANCY J. 



Home Economics Poitras Avenue, Tyngsboro 

Hilltop Players 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Home 
Ec. 1,2,3,4. 



FORREST, MARITA M. 



Elementary 165 Neshobe Road, Waban 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Hilltop Players 3; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
May Day Flower Committee 2; Stunt Night 3. 



FOWLER, LEE 



Elementary 33 High Street, North Attleboro 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 1,2,3, Frateaco Basketball 
Captain 2,3, Manager 3; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 
1,2,3,4; Class President 2; Student Council 2, Co- 
Chairman Dance 2. 



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FRIZZELL, LOUISE A. 



GRADY, MARY E. 



Elementary 22 Edgemoor Road, Belmont 

A.C.E. 2,3,4; A Kempis 2,3,4; May Day 2; Co- 
Chairman Stunt Night 3; Co-Chairman Ticket Com- 
mittee Junior Prom 3; Chairman Judiciary Board 
4; Student Council First Vice-President 4. 

Home Economics 31 Broadway, Lynn 

A. A. 1,2; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4, 
Co-Chairman Entertainment Committee Fair 3; 
May Day Program Committee 2; Stunt Night 
1,2,3,4; Student Lounge Committee 4; Lab Assist- 
ant 4. 



GUTHRIE, HELEN L. 



HALEY, JANICE L. 



HALEY, PAULA J. 



HAMILTON, MARY H. 



HENRIQUES, SUSAN 



HIGGINS, JANET L. 



Elementary 36 General Cobb Street, Taunton 

A. A. 1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman of Frateaco Dance Com- 
mittee 3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
May Day Decoration Committee 2; Stunt Night 
1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman Arbor Day 4. 

Vocational 72 Jasper Street, Saugus 

A. A. 2,3,4; Hilltop Players 4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Home Ec. 1,2,3,4. 

Elementary 168 Essex Street, Saugus 

A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 2; Science 
1,2, Secretary 1, President 2; Gate Post Exchange 
Editor 2, Co-Editor 3; Stunt Night Co-Chairman 1, 
Script Committee 3; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Co- 
Literary Editor of DIAL 4; Dining Room Council 4; 
Faculty-Student-Elementary Curriculum Planning 
Committee 4; Graduation Speaker 4. 



Vocational North Main Street, New Salem 

A.A. 2; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 2, Secretary 3; 
Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; May Day 2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4; 
Chairman Class Day Chairs 4. 

Elementary 2 Prospect Street, Attleboro 

A.A. 1,2,3, Frateaco Basketball 2, Dance Com- 
mittee 3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3, Treasurer 2, President 
4, Board 3,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3; Chair- 
man Campus Improvement Committee 2; Red 
Cross Chairman 3; Interdorm Council 4. 

Elementary 58 Orvis Road, Arlington 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4, Frateaco Cheerleader 
1,2, Captain 3, General Chairman 3, Toastmist- 
ress 4; Hilltop Players 3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4, Chair- 
man Christmas Party 4; May Day 2; Co-Chairman 
Junior-Freshman Party 3; Co-Chairman Enter- 
tainment Junior Weekend 3. 



HITCHCOCK, JUDITH A. 



Home Economics 

28 Mayflower Road, Springfield 
Hilltop Players 1,2,3, Secretary 3; Y.W.C.A. 1,2, 
3,4, Board 3,4, Secretary 4, Co-Chairman Dance 
Programs and Tickets 2,3; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; 
Stunt Night Lighting 2,3,4, Costume Committee 
3; Co-Chairman Program Committee Junior In- 
formal 3; Freshman Advisor 3,4; Gate Post Art 
Editor 4; Chairman Ticket Committee S.C.A. For- 
mal 4. 



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HOLMES, LOIS I. 



JOHNSON, ELIZABETH M. 



KACHADORIAN, BARBARA A. 



KEELER, BEVERLY R. 



KELLY, JOAN AA. 



KELLEY, PATRICIA M. 



KENNA, CAROL S. 



KNOWLTON, SYLVIA 



KREBS, ANNE E. 






Elementary 219 Union Street, Franklin 

A. A. 1,2,3,4, Frateaco Hospitality 2, Hockey Cap- 
tain 3; A.C.E. 3,4,- A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Interdorm 
Council 2; May Day Costume Committee 2; Stunt 
Night 1,2,3,4. 

Home Economics 

140 Whittemore Street, Leicester 
Glee Club 1,2; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; Honor Coun- 
cil 1; Co-Chairman Dad-Daughter Day 4. 

Home Economics 152 Parker Avenue, Holden 

A.A. 2,3,4; Commuters' 1; Y.W.C.A. 2,3,4; Home 
Ec. 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Fair Entertainment Com- 
mittee 3; Stunt Night Make-up Committee 1; May 
Day Program and Decoration Committee 2; Copy 
Editor Gate Post 4; Class Historian 4. 

Elementary 138 Purgatory Road, Whitinsville 

Class Secretary 1,2; Class President 3,4; A.A. 1,2; 
A.C.E. 1,2,3,4, Board 2; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 
3; Science 2; Co-Chairman May Day Publicity Com- 
mittee 2; Publicity Chairman S.C.A. Convention 3; 
Class and Club Council 3,4. 

Home Economics 735 Highland Avenue, Maiden 
A.A. 1,2,3, Frateaco Cheerleader 1,2,3; A Kempis 
1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; Gate Post 1. 

Elementary 27 West Walnut Street, Milford 

Commuters' 3,4; A Kempis 4; Y.W.C.A. 4. 

Elementary 1 1 Church Street, Hopkinton 

Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 2,3; Y.W.C.A. 3,4. 

Elementary 216 East Central Street, Franklin 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Choir 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2; 
Y.W.C.A. 1,2; Hilltop Players 1,2,3,4, "Blithe 
Spirit" 3; Co-Chairman May Day Music Commit- 
tee 2; Composer Class Song 2; Frateaco "Talent 
Show" 1,2. 

Home Economics 21 Parkman Street, Natick 

A.A. 2,3,4, Field Hockey Frateaco 2; Commuters' 
1,2; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4, Fair 
Entertainment Committee 3; May Day Program 
Committee 2; Chapel and Assembly Committee 
3; Gate Post Business Manager 4; Lab Assistant 4; 
Honor Council 4. 



LAFFORD, JOAN E. 



LANE, ELIZABETH J. 



Elementary 21 Church Street Newton 

Commuters' 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Christmas 
Banquet 3; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
May Day Program Committee 2. 

Home Economics 

14 Saxon Road, Newton Highlands 
A.A. 2,3, Board 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Choir 3; 
A Kempis 1,2,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman 
May Day 2; Chapel and Assembly Committee 2; 
Student Lounge Association 3,4, Chairman 4; 
Campus Improvement Committee 4; Student 
Council 4; Lab Assistant 4. 



105 



LaROSE, MARILYN C. 



LAWLOR, JOAN AA. 

LEONARD, CAROL A. 
LEONE, ANGELINA, AA. 



LERER, EAAYLEE 
LEWIS, PRISCILLA K. 



LOONEY, ANNE AA. 



LYONS, JEAN AA. 



AAANACKAS, KAROLIN A. 



AAARINACCI, LEONA C. 



Elementary 122 Lockland Avenue, Framingham 
Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 
1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman Sophomore-Freshman Hike 
2; Secretary Judiciary Board 4; Co-Chairman 
Senior Prom. 

Home Economics 104 Pond Street, Westwood 

A. A. 2; Glee Club 1; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home 
Ec. 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Fair Entertainment Com- 
mittee 3. 

Elementary 677 New Boston Road, Fall River 
A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4. 

Home Economics 

132 Crowley-Rogers Way, South Boston 
A.A. 1,2,4; Hilltop Players 3, Co-Chairman Props 
Christmas Play 2; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 
1,2,3,4, Chairman Needlecraft Booth for Fair 2. 



Elementary 



53 Summer Street, AAaynard 



Elementary 157 Cedar Street, Framingham 

Hilltop Players 1; Commuters' 2,3,4; A.C.E. 2; 
Y.W.C.A. 3; AAay Day Costume Committee 2; 
Class Treasurer 4. 

Elementary 105 Stratford Street, West Roxbury 
A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Board 
1,2,3, Frateaco Volleyball 2,3,4, Tennaquoit Cap- 
tain 1, Co-Chairman Weekend 3; Hilltop Players 
3; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman 
AAay Day Chapel Committee 2; N.S.A. Committee 
2,3; Student Council Association 1,2,3; Student 
Government President 4; Personnel Committee 4; 
Co-Chairman Arbor Day 4. 

Elementary 46 Marked Tree Road, Needham 

A.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Hilltop Players 2,3,4, 
Chairman Set and Props Committee 4; Commu- 
ters' 1,2; A.C.E. 3,4; A Kempis 3,4; May Day Cos- 
tume Committee 2; DIAL Typist 4; Judiciary 
Board 4. 

Elementary 137A Otter River Road, Gardner 

Class Treasurer 1; Class Vice-President 2,3,4; A.A. 
1,2; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4,- Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Worship 
Chairman 3, Co-Chairman Formal Program Com- 
mittee 3; Gate Post Staff 2; Freshman Advisor 2 
Co-Chairman May Day 2; May Day Court 2, Spirit 
of Spring 3; Stunt Night Make-up Chairman 1,2,3 
N.S.A. 2,3, Delegate State Teachers Conference 3 
Delegate Mt. Holyoke Conference 3; Co-Chair 
man Junior Weekend 3; Interdorm Council 3 
Chairman 4; Personnel Committee 4; Student 
Council 4; DIAL Typist 4. 

Elementary 21 Houghton Road, Belmont 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4, Board 2,3, Co- 
Chairman Christmas Party 2; A Kempis 1,2,3,4, 
Co-Chairman Formal 3,4; I.D.C. 2; May Day Dance 
Committee 2; Dining Room Council 2; Co-Chair- 
man Stunt Night Script Committee 3; Honor 
Council 2,3,4, Chairman 4. 



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McCaffrey, patricia m. 



Home Economics 77-4 Park Avenue, Worcester 
Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Exchange 
Editor Gate Post 4, 



McDEVITT, EILEEN M. 



Mcdonald, marilyn a. 



Elementary 12 Albion Place, Newton Centre 

A. A. 1,2,3, Frateaco Weekend Program Com- 
mittee 1; Glee Club 1; Hilltop Players 1,2; Com- 
muters' 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
Folk and Square Dance Club 1; Stunt Night 
Make-up Committee 1,2; May Day Refreshment 
Committee 2; Co-Chairman Junior Weekend En- 
tertainment Committee 3; Co-Chairman Junior- 
Freshman Party 3; Co-Chairman Freshman Court 
and Initiation 4; Honor Council 4; Faculty-Student 
Improvement Committee 4. 

Vocational 

105 Waban Hill Road, Chestnut Hill 
A.A. 1,2,3,4; Hilltop Players 2,3; A Kempis 1,2, 
3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; May Day Props Committee 
2; Co-Chairman Stunt Night Script Committee 4; 
Advertising Co-Editor DIAL 4; Senior Prom Co- 
Chairman 4. 



McRAE, DOLORES M. 



Home Economics 38 Maple Avenue, Cambridge 
Commuters' 1,2; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 
1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Refreshment Committee 
Fair 3; Makeup Editor Gate Post 4; Student Lounge 
Association 4. 



MELLO, CARLINE A. 



Elementary 57 Goss Street, Fall River 

A.A. 2,3,4, Co-Chairman Frateaco Program Com- 
mittee 2, Cheerleader 2,3, Captain 2; A.C.E. 
2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Co- 
Chairman May Day Publicity Committee 2, Invi- 
tations Committee 2, May Day Court 2; Co-Chair- 
man Ticket Committee Junior Weekend 3. 



MERRILL HELEN E. 



Elementary 33 Walnut Street, Winchendon 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2, 
3,4, Conference Delegate 3, Vice-President 4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Manager 3,4; May Day Music 
Committee 2; Typing Editor Gate Post 4; Co- 
Chairman Commencement Activities 4. 



MINAHAN, MARILYN 



MOLONEY, HELEN D. 



Home Economics 

252 Old Connecticut Path, Framingham 
A.A. 1,2, Manager Roller Skating Program 2; 
Commuters' 1,2, Chairman Ticket Committee 
Christmas Banquet 2; A Kempis 1,2; Home Ec. 
1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman Stunt Night Costume Com- 
mittee 1, Co-Chairman Props Committee 2; Co- 
Chairman May Day Program; Gate Post Adver- 
tising Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Student Council 
Publications Representative 4. 

Elementary 199 Corey Street, West Roxbury 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 2,3, Frateaco Talent Night 
1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, Banquet Toastmistress 
4; Glee Club 1,2; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2, 
3,4, Secretary 4. 



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MONTALBANO, SUSANNA M. 



MONTMINY, THERESE R. A. 



MORGAN, MARJORIE J. 



Elementary 197 Eliot Street, Ashland 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Choir 
2,3,4; Commuters' 1,2; A.C.E. 3,4; A Kempis 
2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 3,4, Co-Chairman Publicity Com- 
mittee 4; May Day Co-Chairman Script Committee 
2; Stunt Night Director 3, Co-Chairman Script 
Committee 4; Class Historian 4. 

Vocational 29 Waldo Street, New Bedford 

A. A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; May Day Props Committee 2. 



Elementary 
Commuters' 



1,2,3,4. 



85 High Street, Holliston 



MORROW, ROSEMARY E. 



MULLINS, MARY A. 



Elementary 19 Wiley Street, Belmont 

Commuters' 1; A.C.E. 2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
Honor Council 4; Chairman Class Day Invitations 4. 

Home Economics 61 Longfellow Road, Worcester 
A. A. 1,2,4; Glee Club 1; A Kempis 1,2,4; Home 
Ec. 1,2,3,4, Board 2. 



MURCH, JOANN M. 



Elementary 
Commuters' 
mittee 2. 



71 Conant Road, Westwood 
2,4; A.C.E. 2; May Day Flower Com- 



MURPHY, CORNELIA A. 



MURPHY, DOREEN A. 



MURPHY, KARLENE E. 



NANATONIS, CAROL A. 



NELSON, CAROLE M. 



NELSON, MARYLYN L. 



Elementary 5 Circular Avenue, Natick 

Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; 
A Kempis 2,3,4. 

Elementary 27 Cerdan Avenue, West Roxbury 
A. A. 1,2,3, Frateaco Deck-Tennis Team 1, Cheer- 
leader 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; A 
Kempis 1,2; Pierce Hall Vice-President 3; Chair- 
man Class Day Music 4. 

Home Economics 29 Vallor Road, East Boston 
A.A. 1,2; Hilltop Players 1,2,3; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3; 
Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; May Day Flower Committee 2. 

Elementary 65 Herbert Street, Framingham 

Commuters' 1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman May Day 
Props Committee 2; Decoration Chairman 
Sophomore Dance 2. 

Home Economics 13 Broadway, Rockport 

A.A. 1,2; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3, Board 2; Home Ec. 1,2, 
3,4, Board 2,3, President 4; Library Council 1; 
Co-Chairman May Day Script Committee 2; Co- 
Chairman Stunt Night Script Committee 2; Co- 
Chairman Sophomore Dance 2; Judiciary Board 2; 
Honor Council 2; Senior Assistant Crocker Hall 4; 
Class Historian 4; Literary Co-Editor DIAL 4. 

Home Economics 

143-26 Oak Avenue, Flushing, New York 
A.A. 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 
1,2,3,4; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4, Home Ec. Publicity 
Chairman 2, Chairman Freshman Fashion Show 4; 
Stunt Night 1,2,3; May Day Music Committee 2; 
Honor Council 3; Freshman Advisor 3; Data Co- 
Editor DIAL 4. 



108 



NICHOLAS, HELEN 



O'BRIEN, MARIA J. 



Home Economics 161 Hillside Street, Roxbury 

Commuters' 1; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4,- Science 2; 
Stunt Night Props Committee 2. 

Home Economics 5 Phillips Street, Westboro 

Class President 1; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; A. A. 1,2,3, 
Board 2; Glee Club 1; Commuters' 1; A Kempis 
1,2,3,4; May Day Court 2; Stunt Night Co-Chair- 
man 2; N.S.A. 2,3, Delegate 2, Co-ordinator 3; 
Student Council Second Vice-President 4. 



O'NEIL, JOANNE E. 



Elementary 82 Day Street, Auburndale 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, Frateaco Volleyball 2,3,4, Co-Chair- 
man Program Committee 3, Banquet Committee 4 ; 
Glee Club 1,2; Hilltop Players 3; Co-Chairman 
May Day Dance Committee 2; Dining Room 
Council 3. 



PAULETTE, HELEN F. 



Elementary 75 Lovers Lane, Medway 

A.A. 1,2; Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 3. 



PIMENTAL, MARY LOU (O'Brien) 



POREMSKI, C. ELAINE 



RAMSEY, ELIZABETH (Head) 



Vocational 1 17 Hillman Street, New Bedford 

A Kempis 4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3, Board 1,2,3; May 
Day Costume Committee 2; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4. 

Vocational 19 Marvin Avenue, Franklin 

Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; Science 2, Secretary 2; May 
Day Court 2, Props Committee 2; Stunt Night 
Props Committee 3,4; Gate Post Staff 1,2; Co- 
Chairman Senior Reception to Freshmen 4; Senior 
Assistant Vocational House 4, President Vocational 
House 4; Layout Editor DIAL 4. 

Elementary Pine Acres, Gloucester 

A.A. 1,2, Frateaco Basketball 1,2, Program Chair- 
man 2; Interdorm Council 1,4; Stunt Night Props 
Committee 3; Ticket Chairman Sophomore Record 
Hop 2; Student Council Third Vice-President 4, 
S.C.A. Dance Ticket Chairman; Mart Worker 1,2, 
3,4. 



REEN, GERTRUDE A. 



Home Economics 57 Cliffmont Street, Roslindale 
A.A. 1; Commuters' 1; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Home 
Ec. 1,2,3,4; May Day Dance Committee 2; Chair- 
man Invitation Committee Dad-Daughter Day 3. 



REIDY, MARILYN A. 



REINICHE, PATRICIA V. 



RICHARDSON, JEAN E. 



Home Economics 31 Mill Street, Worcester 

Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Secretary 
Horace Mann 2; Interdorm Council 2; Co-Chair- 
man May Day Refreshment Committee 2; Gate 
Post Literary 3; Honor Council 4. 

Vocational 75 Oak Street, New Bedford 

A Kempis 1,2; Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; May Day Cos- 
tume Committee 2; Stunt Night Props Commit- 
tee 2. 

Elementary 38 Emmons Street, Milford 

A.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice- 
President 3; Choir 1,2,3,4; Commuters' 3,4; 
A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Student-Faculty 
Committee 4. 



ROONEY, JOANNE A. 



ROSS, BETTY J. 
RUBIN, LOIS J. 



SALTMAN, BARBARA F. 



SHANAHAN, PATRICIA A. 



SKUDLARK, PAULA E. 



SLATKAVITZ, CHARLOTTE M. 



SLECZKOWSKI, ELIZABETH K. 



SULLIVAN, ANNE E. 



SUMMERS, BARBARA A. 



Elementary 422 Lynnfield Street, Lynn 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Hilltop Players 
1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; May 

Day Dance and Flower Committees 2; Co-Chair- 
man Cap and Gown Committee 3; Junior Week- 
end Entertainment Committee 3. 

Elementary 

23 West Commonwealth Road, Cochituate 

Elementary 56 Bartlett Avenue, Pittsfield 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Choir 3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; 
Y.W.C.A. 2,3,4, Board 4; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4; 
May Day Publicity Committee 2; Interdorm Coun- 
cil 3,4; Freshman Advisor 4. 

Elementary 12 Winchester Road, Newton 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, Frateaco Cheerleader 1,2; Hilltop 
Players 1,2,3,4; Commuters' 2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; 
Y.W.C.A. 3,4; May Day 2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4; 
Co-Chairman Junior Weekend Refreshment Com- 
mittee 3; Chairman Class Gift 4. 

Elementary 50 Pleasant Street, Lexington 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3, Frateaco Volleyball Cap- 
tain 3, Co-Chairman Weekend 4; Glee Club 1; 
A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Class Treasu- 
rer 2; May Day Program Committee 2; Co-Chair- 
man Stunt Night Script Committee 2; Chairman 
Last Senior Assembly 4. 

Vocational Farquhar Road, Sturbridge 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Hilltop Players 2,3; A Kempis 1,2, 
3,4; DIAL Advertising Co-Editor 4; Interdorm 
Council 4,- Co-Chairman Senior-Faculty Reception 
for Freshmen 4. 

Elementary 

15 South Prospect Street, Millers Falls 
A.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 4; A.C.E. 1,4; 
A Kempis 1,2,3,4; May Day Program Committee 
2; Co-Chairman Program Committee Junior Week- 
end 3; DIAL Data Staff 4; Chairman of Senior 
Investiture Chapel 4; Co-Chairman Commence- 
ment Activities 4. 

Elementary 1351 Concord Street, Saxonville 

A.A. 1,4; Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; 
May Day Decoration Committee 2; Chairman of 
Grounds for Class Day 4. 

Elementary 69 Bostonia Avenue, Brighton 

A.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; A 
Kempis 1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman Stunt Night 2,3,4. 

Elementary Grove Street, Upton 

A.A. 1,2; Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 2 ; Co- 
Chairman May Day Flower Committee 2; Co-Chair- 
man Stunt Night Prop Committee 3; Co-Chairman 
Junior Weekend Favor Committee 3; Co-Chair- 
man Last Senior Chapel 4; Chairman Class Day 
Flowers 4. 



110 



UEBEL, URSULA, H. 



VANGEL, SOPHIE S. 



VYTAL, BARBARA (Frost) 



WALSH, JEAN 



WALSH, WILLA 



WARREN, ROSETTA, M. 



WESTFALL, LESLEY J. 



WHITE, JUDITH E. 



WHITNEY, JEANNE (McLaughlin) 



WILEY, NANCY M. 



WILKIE, JOAN K. 



WILLIAMS, JANE E. 



WRIGHT, ADA (Smith) 



Elementary 71 Eleanor Road, Springfield 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman 
Christmas Party 3; Y.W.C.A. 2,3,4, President 4, 
Co-Chairman Program Committee 3; Class and 
Club Council 4. 

Elementary 46 Commings Road, Newton Center 
Commuters 1,2,3,4; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4. 

Elementary 2 Oakland Street, Watertown 

A.A. 1,2,3; Commuters' 3,4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2. 

Home Economics 

140 Roslindale Avenue, Roslindale 
Transfer from Regis College. 

Elementary 8 Crescent Street, Wellesley 

A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3, Babson Swimming Instruc- 
tor 2,3,4, Co-Chairman Playday 4; Commuters' 1, 
2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 2. 

Elementary 6 Spring Street, Westboro 

May Day Decoration Committee 2; A.A. 4; A.C.E. 
4; A Kempis 1,2,3,4; Interdorm Council 3; Stunt 
Night 4. 

Elementary 41 Summer Street, Andover 

A.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; A.C.E. 1,2,3,4; Y.W.C.A. 
1,2,3,4, Chairman of Publicity 3, Co-Chairman 
Dance Committee 3; Gate Post Staff 1,2; Class 
Representative to Student Council 3; Co-Chairman 
May Day Program 2; Dining Room Council 3; Co- 
Chairman Junior Weekend Committee 3; Fresh- 
man Advisor 2,3,4; DIAL Editor-in-chief 4; Class 
and Club Council 4; Chairman Class Day Program 
4; Class Historian 4. 

Elementary 273 Cabot Street, Newtonville 

Glee Club 1; Commuters' 1,2,3,4, President 4; 
A Kempis 1,2,3,4; May Day Court 2; Orchestra 2, 
3,4; Student Council 4. 

Elementary 69 Waushakum Street, Framingham 
Glee Club 1; Commuters' 1,2,3,4; A Kempis 3. 

Home Economics 

1 Randall Road, West Peabody 
Y.W.C.A. 3; Home Ec. 1,3; Science Club 2,3, 
Treasurer 3; Gate Post 1,2,3,4; DIAL Business 
Manager 4; Interdorm Council 3,4; Class Historian 
4. 

Elementary Main Street, Lakeville 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4 ; A.C.E. 3,4; 
Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 3,4; May Day Program 
Committee 2; Stunt Night 1,2,3,4; Advisor to 
Freshmen 3. 

Elementary 6 Standish Road, Watertown 

Glee Club 1,2,3; Choir 1; Commuters' 1,2,3,4; 

A.C.E. 2,3; May Day Makeup Committee 2; 
Honor Council 1 . 

Elementary 79 Martin Street, Cambridge 

Commuters' 1,2,4; May Day Flower Committee 2; 
Freshman Advisor 3,4. 



Ill 



FACULTY DIRECTORY 1957-1958 



RACHEL D. BANGS 
pg. 29 



137 Bellevue Road, Lynn 

Crocker Hall, State Teachers College at 

Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 
M.S., Teachers College, Columbia University 
Assistant in Home Management House 
Instructor in Foods, Household Equipment 



ANNA BILLA 
pg. 36 



119 Maple Street, Framingham Centre 

39 Eutaw Street, Lawrence 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 

Assistant Professor in Clothing, Textiles 

Commuters' Club Advisor 



JOHN F. BOWLER 

pg. 17 



9 Arthur Street, Framingham 

A.B., Boston College 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Fitchburg 

Ed.M., State Teachers College at Fitchburg 

Ed.D., Harvard University 

Registrar 

Professor of Social Studies 



JOSEPH E. BOOTHROYD 

pg. 17 



166 Great Road, Maynard 

A.B., Boston College 

A.M., Boston College 

M.Ed., Boston College 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 



MURIEL C. BUCKLEY 

pg. 23 



1 1 Orchard Street, Belmont 

B.S., Teachers College, Columbia University 

M.S. in Ed., Cornell University 

Assistant Professor Clothing 



ELEANOR F. CHASE 
pg. 22 



592 Union Avenue, Framingham 
B.S., University of Massachusetts 
M.S., University of Massachusetts 
Ph.D., Columbia University 
Professor of Chemistry 



WARREN A. COLSON 

pg. 22 



37 Audrea Road, Framingham Centre 
A.B., Harvard University 
M.Ed., Boston Teachers College 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



FLORENCE G. DORWARD 
pg. 23 



7 Dunster Road, Framingham 

B.S., Simmons College 

M.A., Columbia University 

Assistant Professor of Foods, Nutrition 



STEPHEN DURKEE 
pg. n 



67 Green Street, Ashland 
B.A., Massachusetts School of Art 
M.S., Syracuse University 
Instructor in Art 



VINCENT H. GANNON 

pg- 12 



1 17 Plain Street, Millis 
B.S., Boston University 
A.M., Harvard University 
Instructor in English 
Senior Class Advisor 



112 



ALICE M. GLOVER 

pg. 16 



A. CAROLLA HAGLUND 

pg- 17 



88 Russell Road, Framingham Centre 
B.S., Simmons College 
M.A., Boston University 
Ph.D., Boston College 
Professor of Physics 

16 Hilldale Road, Ashland 

B.S. in Ed., Gorham State Teachers College 

AA.A. L.S., Wesleyan University 

Instructor in Social Studies 

Y.W.C.A. Junior Advisor 



DANIEL F. HARRIGAN, JR. 



VERA HEAAENWAY 
pg. 12 



2 Margaret Road, Peabody 

B.A., State Teachers College at Salem 

Associate Professor of Handwriting 

154 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 
B.A., Wellesley College 
M.A., Wellesley College 
Assistant Professor of English 
Gate Post Advisor 



RUTH R. HERRING 
pg. 11 



AGNES AA. HORNBY 

pg. 28 



JOAN E. HORRIGAN 

pg. 13 



EAAAAA A. HUNT 
pg. 21 



CONSTANCE B. JORDAN 

pg. 23 



DANA N. JOST 

pg. 16 



45 Rochester Road, Newton 

B.A., University of Delaware 

AA.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 

Head of the Art Department 

Associate Professor of Art 

Dial Advisor 

43 Long Avenue, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.S., Syracuse University 

Head of the Vocational Department 

Assistant Supervisor of Teacher Training 

102 Arlington Street, Newton 

A.B., Trinity College 

A.M.T., Radcliffe College 

M.O.A., Staley College of the Spoken Word 

D.O.A., Staley College of the Spoken Word 

Instructor of Speech 

Director of Dramatics 

Hilltop Players Advisor 

30 Henry Street, Framingham 
B.A., Wellesley College 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 
Chairman of the Elementary Department 
Assistant Professor of Health Education, 
Audio-Visual Aids 

37 Hinckley Road, Waban 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.P.H., Harvard University 

Ph.D., Cornell University 

Head of Home Economics Department 

Professor of Home Economics Education 

15 Davidson Road, Framingham 

B.S., University of Massachusetts 

Ph.D., Harvard University 

Associate Professor of Biology 

Student Government Association Advisor 



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THOMAS F. KENNEY 
pg. 11 . 



1 High Street, Ashland 

B.S. in Design, Bradford Durfee College of 

Technology 
M.Ed., Bridgewater State Teachers College 
Instructor in Art 



DOROTHY LARNED 

pg. 5 



154 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 

149 Highland Avenue, Winchester 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College 

M.A., Middlebury College 

M.Ed., Harvard University 

Diplome, Institut de Phonetique, Universite 

de Paris 
Dean of Women 
Associate Professor of French, Ethics 



RUTH M. LAUDIS 



12 Edith Road, Framingham 

A.B., Valparaiso University 

B.A. in Library Science, Rosary College 

Assistant Librarian 



MARION M. MacDONALD 

pg. 23 



82 Rosewood Street, Mattapan 

B.S., Boston University 

A.M., Boston University 

Instructor in Clothing, Home Furnishings 



ANN MACKEY 

pg. 40 



179 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline 

B.S., Sargent College 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Ed.D., Boston University 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education, 

First Aid 
Athletic Association Advisor 



MARIE P. MAHONEY 

pg. 12 



18 Sturgis Street, Worcester 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Worcester 

M.A., Clark University 

Librarian 

Assistant Professor Children's Literature 



MARY E. McGANN 

pg. 17 



48 Aetna Street, Worcester 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Worcester 

M.A., Clark University 

Ed.D., Harvard University 

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Education 



RUTH RICHARDS MILLER 

pg. 31 



17 Eaton Court, Wellesley Hills 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College 

A.M., Boston University 

Ph.D., Boston University 

Assistant Professor of Social Sciences, 

Y.W.C.A. Club Advisor 



Education 



MADELINE E. MONROE 
pg. 38 



31 Salem End Road, Framingham 

B.S., in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 

Associate Professor of Clothing, Education 

Supervisor of Student Teaching 

Home Economics Club Advisor 



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MARY LOUISE O'CONNOR 
pg 23 



MIRIAM A. RILEY 

pg. 17 



DEBORAH M. RUSSELL 
pg- 22 



46 Burncoat Street, Worcester 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.A., Columbia University 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education 

Supervisor of Student Teaching 

3 Otis Street, Framingham 
A.B., Emmanuel College 
M.A., Boston University 
Associate Professor of History 
Judiciary Board Advisor 

3 Edgell Road, Framingham Centre 
B.S., Columbia University 
A.M., Columbia University 
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Nutrition, 
Dietetics 



ELMER W. SALENIUS 

pg. 12 



JAMES P. SAVAS 

pg. 10 



4 Bates Avenue, Maynard 
A.B., Boston University 
A.M., Harvard University 
Ph.D., Boston University 
Associate Professor of English 
Financial Advisor, Gate Post 

686 Worcester Road, Framingham Centre 
B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Lowell 
M.A. in Music Ed., Teachers College, Columbia 

University 
Assistant Professor of Music 
Supervisor of Music, Training School 
Musical Clubs Advisor 
Junior Class Advisor 



LEONARD J. SAVIGNANO 

pg. 20 



BARBARA W. SCULLANE 
pg. 30 



MARGARET A. SCULLY 

pg. 16 



ADA M. SHAWKEY 
pg- 17 



MARJORIE SPARROW 
pg- 12 



155 Laurel Drive, Needham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Fitchburg 

M.Ed., Boston University 

D.Ed., Boston University 

Professor of Elementary Education 

Supervisor of Student Teaching 

18 Park Avenue, Wellesley Hills 

A.B., Regis College 

M.Ed., Tufts University 

Instructor in Institutional Management 

A Kempis Club Advisor 

134 Oakley Road, Newton 
B.S., Simmons College 
M.A., Boston University 
Instructor in Biology 

75 Maynard Road, Framingham 
B.S., University of Pittsburgh 
M.Litt., University of Pittsburgh 
Associate Professor of Geography 
Honor Council Advisor 

15 Church Street, Framingham Centre 
A.B., Radcliffe College 
M.A., Wellesley College 
Associate Professor of English 
DIAL Advisor 



15 



DOROTHY M. STEWART 
pg. 29 



BERNICE W. TAYLOR 

pg. 40 



868 Winter Street, Waltham 

Crocker Hall, State Teachers College at 

Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 
M.S., Cornell University 
Assistant Professor of Institutional Management 

22 Long Avenue, Framingham 

B.S., Columbia University 

M.A., Columbia University 

A.M., Boston University 

Associate Professor of Physical Education, 

History 
Consultant Advisor to Athletic Association 
Honor Council Advisor 



MARGARET J. 

pg. 20 



WALKER 



46 Normal Hill Road, Framingham Centre 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Associate Professor of Education 

Director of Teacher Training 

A.C.E. Advisor 



KATHRYN WILLIS 
pg. 16 



1 1 Stagg Drive, Natick 

B.A., University of Wisconsin 

C.P.A. 

M.Ed., Boston State Teachers College 

Instructor in Mathematics and Physical Science 



JONATHAN MAYNARD FACULTY 

pages 34 and 35 



MARY E. STAPLETON 



MARY F. BOND 



1387 Concord Street, Saxonville 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Principal, Jonathan Maynard School 

26 Cottage Street, Natick 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade One 



IRENE B. CARBONEAU 



6 Andrews Street, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade One 



GENEVIEVE CLARK 



16 Hilldale Road, Ashland 

B.S., University of New Hampshire 

M.A., Clark University 

Grade Five 



MARY J. DONAHUE 



47 Clark Street, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Grade Two 



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KATHERINE FITZGERALD 



163 Garden Lane, Waltham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Fitchburg 

Ed.AA., Boston University 

Grade Four 



MARGARET M. HAYES 



10 Emmett Street, Marlboro 
B.S. in Ed., Clark University 
M.A. in Ed., Teachers College, Columbia 

University 
Grade Six 



MARY W. HOFFMAN 



92 Warren Avenue, Marlboro 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Hyannis 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade Five 



MARGUERITE F. MARSHALL 



67 Pleasant Street, Holliston 
B.S. in Ed., Boston University 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Grade Three 



MARY E. KERR 



52 Cherry Street, West Newton 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade Two 



ELEANOR PURCELL 



54 Lawrence Street, Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., Boston College 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Grade Four 



ALICE M. SCIPIONE 



22 Goddard Road, Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., Boston University 
Ed.M., Boston University 
C.A.G.S., Boston University 
Grade Four 



ANNETTE M. SPELLACY 



392 Union Avenue, Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., Boston University 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Grade One 



ROBINETTE WARD 



355 Brook Street, Framingham Centre 
Advanced Studies 
Grade Six 



ELEANOR E. WELLS 



195 Union Avenue, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Harvard University 

Grade Five 



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ELEMENTARY JUNIORS 



HOME ECONOMICS JUNIORS 



Allen, Joanne, 281 Humbolt Ave., Roxbury 

Ballou, Betty, 18 Upland Rd., Watertown 

Bernhardt, Marcia. 38 Beals St., Brookline 

Bertonazzi, Barbara, 25 Pleasant St., Hudson 

Branagan, Patricia, 12 Oakland St., Natick 

Brandli, Carol, 1 1 Dixon Ave., Dedham 

Burn, Helen, 47 Chapman St., Watertown 

Clancy, Anne, 398 Waltham St., West Newton 

Clifford, Ann, 18 Dewey Court, Northampton 

Cooney, Roberta, 6 Shirley Rd., Wellesley 

Cooper, Jeraldine, 868 Pleasant St., Attleboro 

Couch, Nancy, 39 Kiwanee Rd., Warwick, R. I. 

Crawford, Nancy, 12 Gorham Ave., Brookline 

Cuneo, Marilyn, 16 Winchester St., Brookline 

Curtin, Rita, 74 Springfield St., Watertown 

Daly, Marilyn, 2 Langley 'Rd., Arlington 

Deneen, Sarah, 310 Washington Ave., Chelsea 

Dexter, E. Norma, 82 Wheeler St., Gloucester 

Dowling, Elana, 187 Beacon St., Framingham 

Dwyer, Marie, 35 Skahan Rd., Belmont 

Fahey, Patricia, 102 Waldeck Rd., Milton 

Flanagan, Marilyn, 125 Winchester St., Newton Highlands 

Fowler, Paula, 1258 Brook Rd., Milton 

Gamari, Marcia, 10 Frederick St., North Adams 

Gorman, Maureen, Main St., Upton 

Griffin, Judith, 156 Park St., Gardner 

Healy, Elinor, 3 Fairview Terr., West Newton 

Henderson, Shirley, Westford Rd., Tynsboro 

Hilyard, Elizabeth, 22 Artell Rd., Grafton 

Hobin, Barbara, 133 Chester Ave., Chelsea 

Johnson, Anne, 23 Cornauba St., Roslindale 

Kenney, Ann, 78 Walnut St., Wellesley Hills 

LaFauci, Johanna, 7 Clarence St., South Dartmouth 

Long, Joan, 83 Rutland St., Watertown 

Lynch, Rita, 441-R Somerville Ave., Somerville 

MacGregor, Joan, 657 Salem End Rd., Framingham 

MacDonald, Faith, 12 Daley Rd., Hingham 

McDonough, Shelia, 25 McPhee Rd., Framingham 

Mclnnes, Martha, 20 McKinnon Ave., Milton 

Mellody, Mary, 38 Dewolf St., New Bedford 

Mongeon, Frances, 228 Worcester St., North Grafton 

Nolan, Patricia, 1 1 Cousins Circle, Newton Centre 

O'Brien, Kathleen, 177 Lexington Ave., Cambridge 

O'Brien, Maureen, 62 Elmwood St., Newton 

O'Connell, Terese, 96 Jersey St., Dedham 

O'Keefe, Mary, 112 Wellesley Ave., Wellesley Hills 

O'Neill, Mary, 127 Worcester St., Watertown 

Ricci, Patricia, 83 King St., Belmont 

Rice, Joyce, 7 Hardy Rd., Wellesley 

Roach, Cecelia, 966 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls 

Robinson, Elizabeth, 215 Grove St., Melrose 

Rooney, Elizabeth, 36 River St., South Natick 

Schneider, Judith, 523 Washington St., Brookline 

Shea, Mary, 12 Silverwood Terr., South Hadley 

Sheehan, Eleanor, Massachusetts Ave., Harvard 

Teir, Joanne, 24 Nelson St., Gardner 

Valakis, Lois, 2 Concord Terr., Framingham 

Volpe, Jane, 1 Joyce Rd., Waltham 

White, Carroll, 6 Central Close, Auburndale 

Wieman, Virginia, 39 Percival St., Dorchester 

Winslow, Mary, 1 1 I Farnham Rd., Belmont 



SPECIAL ELEMENTARY JUNIORS 



Craig, Flora, 185 Beaver St., Framingham 
Grezeszak, Carol, 60 Elm St., Saxonville 
Kelley, Patricia, 27 West Walnut St., Milford 
Kershaw, Barbara, 26 Gregory Rd., Framingham 
Lynch, Aileen, 222 Pleasant St., Newton Centre 
McDonnell, Virginia, 9 Princeton St., Newton 
O'Neil, Eleanor, 383 Arnold St., New Bedford 
Quirk, Maryanne, 207 Goden St., Belmont 



Adams, Simone, 15 Christopher St., Dorchester 

Allen, Patricia, 5 Wellington St., East Braintree 

Atkinson, Patricia, 59 Chestnut St., Saugus 

Baldi, Virginia, 21 Stewart Terr., Belmont 

Bennett, June, 39 Lakeview Ave., Natick 

Bernier, Diane, Horseneck Rd., Dartmouth 

Bussey, Judith, 20 Winter St., Arlington 

Cooney, Mary, 81 Varick Rd., Waban 

Cronin, Patricia, 21 May St., Worcester 

Crump, Lois, 19 Saunders Terr., Wellesley Hills 

Dame, Cynthia, 1215 Pleasant St., Worcester 

deBettencourt, Eileen, 57 Strathmore Rd., Brighton 

DesRoches, Jean, 26 Phillips St., West Medway 

Edson, Virginia, 15 Wilde Rd., Wellesley 

Erat, Priscilla, 77 Phoenix Terr., Springfield 

Farley, Joyce, 37 Elizabeth Circle, Framingham 

Farrar, Joyce, 13 Hugenot Rd., Framingham 

Ferris, Elizabeth, Winter St., Fayville 

Frost, Elizabeth, 54 Saint James Ave., Holyoke 

Gilbert, Ida, 19 Mayall Rd., Waltham 

Girard, Carole, 40 Grenada St., Worcester 

Gustavson, Nancy, 62 Ledgewood Rd., West Hartford, Conn. 

Hayes, Mary, 46 Ainsworth St., Roslindale 

Hull, Beverly, 90 North St., Medfield 

lacoboni, Frances, 31 Frankin St., Leominster 

Kazokas, Anne, Charter Rd., West Acton 

Keating, Roberta, 469 Mystic St., Arlington 

Keller, Dorothy, 60 Clarkwood St., Mattapan 

Kelley, Helen, 25 Cornwall St., Jamaica Plain 

Kerls, Kathleen, 352 Tremont St., Braintree 

Kinney, Jocelyn, 5 North St., Mattapoisett 

Laing, Pauline, Old Meeting House Lane, Norwell 

Larsen, Marian, 46 Brenton Terr., Pittsfield 

Lyons, Maureen, 1881 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale 

McGinley, Ann, 46 Burncoat St., Worcester 

McGinnis, Elizabeth, 57 Aldie St., Allston 

McGurren, Gayle, 2 Germain St., Worcester 

Murray, Patricia, 142 First St., Lowell 

O'Connor, Joan, 462 N. Washington St., North Attleboro 

O'Neil, Patricia, 121 Claflin St., Belmont 

Quinn, Charlotte, 35 Highland St., Swampscott 

Riley, Elizabeth, 64 Myrtle St., Somerville 

Robson, Cynthia, 25 Whitman Rd., Longmeadow 

Ryan, Marjorie, 25 Beauview Terr., West Springfield 

Sister Mary Tekakwitha, 863 Central St., Framingham 

Sullivan, Nancy, 78 Dwinell St., West Roxbury 

Tanner, Nancy, Railroad Ave., Rowley 

Tighe, Patricia, 1 1 Anderson Rd., Framingham 

Walsh, Ann, 1 Forbes Lane, Andover 

Washburn, Nancy, May St., North Attleboro 

Zebal, Ruth, 64 Amory St., Cambridge 

SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS JUNIORS 

Belcher, Amy, 336 Webster St., Rockland 

Bryson, Virginia, 50 Fruit St., Worcester 

Fleming, Eleanor, 72 Lowell Rd., Winthrop 

Lynch, Barbara, 72 Mayhew St., Dorchester 

Thomas, Norma, 70 North Main St., Raynham Center 

VOCATIONAL JUNIORS 

Freeman, Priscilla, Route 6-A, Sandwich 
Harrison, M. Priscilla, 17 Dunbar Rd., Reading 
Hunt, Carole, Boston Road, Sutton 
Pearson, Janice, 26-A Central St., Byfield 
Randazzo, Pauline, 20 Nason Rd., Saugus 

SPECIAL VOCATIONAL JUNIORS 

Mandis, Barbara, 125 Park Ave., Arlington 






ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORES 



Anderson, Nancy, 84 Park St., Wilmington 
Anderson, Lorraine, 3 South Buffum St., Worcester 
Bailey, Ellen, 238 Berlin Rd., Marlboro 
Barry, Rosemary, 27 Kingsbury St., Worcester 
Bassing, Patricia, 41 Bawker Rd., Waltham 
Bianchi, Regina, 13 Dominick St., AAilford 
Black, Suzanne, 264 Holliston St., Medway 
Boni, Linda, 8 Oldham Rd., Arlington 
Booker, Carol, 83 Highland St., New Bedford 
Brownell, Judith, 1168 Harbor View Way, Nantucket 
Calarese, Alberta, 103 Mendon St., Hopedale 
Canesi, Dorothy, 248 Winthrop St., Framingham 
Carroll, Virginia, 9 Johnson Rd., Arlington 
Cepurneek, Luciel, 378 Eliot St., Ashland 
Chandler, Beverly, 62 Spruce St., North Attleboro 
Cheney, Celeste, 15 Lindale Ave., Dedham 
Cohen, Elaine, 18 Fountain St., Haverhill 
Colacey, Beverly, Old Orchard Rd., Sudbury 
Connors, Phyllis G., 15 Crescent St., West Newton 
Coughlin, Kathleen, 84 Wilmington Ave., Dorchester 
Curran, Claire, 955 Old Connecticut Path, Saxonville 
Daniels, Evelyn, 37 Leonard St., Waltham 
Dennis, Wilhelmine, 525 Country Way, Egypt 
Dias, Virginia, 281 Hollis St., Framingham 
Dixon, Beatrice, Ruggles Rd., Westboro 
Donovan, Eleanor, 29 Upland St., Dedham 
Driscoll, Penelope, 100 AAilford St., West Medway 
Empey, Barbara, AAain St., Sherborn 
Fisher, Rhoda, 22 Gowey St., Springfield 
Fitzgerald, AAartha, 208 Chapel St., Newton 
Fleming, AAargorie, 72 Lowell Rd., Winthrop 
Foisie, Brenda, 119 Nehoiden St., Needham 
Galvotti, Sandra, AAiddleboro Rd., Wareham 
George, Virginia, 13 Highland St., Framingham 
Ginsberg, Sandra, 77 Needham St., Dedham 
Goodlatte, Doris, 175 Forest Park Ave., Springfield 
Green, Judith, 63 Century St., Medford 
Griffin, Kathleen, 83 East AAain St., Ayer 
Hamilton, Jacquelyn, East Hartford Ave., Mendon 
Haskell, Joan, Pleasant St., Natick 
Headberg, Elna, 1 1 Gates Ave., Marlboro 
Healey, Mary, 397 Huron Ave., Cambridge 
Hearn, Elaine, 159 Pleasant St., Newton Center 
Hetherington, Katherine, 20 Chester Rd., Belmont 
Hickey, Catherine, 1 Waring Rd., Natick 
Hitchcock, Lois, 92 Tremont St., New Bedford 
Hoskins, Winifred, 32 Elinor Rd., Newton Highlands 
Hosmer, Sylvia, School St., Southboro 
Hussey, Joan, 23 Pershing Rd., Newton 
Indrisano, Carol, 7 Peck Ave., Wellesley Hills 
Johnson, Edith, 154 Trapelo Rd., Belmont 
Johnson, Jean, Middle Rd., Southboro 
Kaufman, Judith, 37 Homer St., Newton 
Keefe, Lois, 80 Garden St., Milton 
La Fontaine, Kathleen, 241 Read St., South Attleboro 
Linfield, Nancy, 27 Porter Rd., Waltham 
Luippold, Judith, 1007 West St., Walpole 
Magnani, Kathleen, 51 Granite St., Ashland 
Mayer, Maralynn, 30 Webster St., West Newton 
McConnell, Eleanor, 1 1 Ripley Rd., Belmont 
McCormack, Sheila, 67 Grant St., Lexington 
McDonough, Maureen, 40 Fairbanks St., Brighton 
McLaughlin, Joanne, 51 Clearwater Rd., Chestnut Hill 
Merritt, Marcia, Main St., Norwell 
Mills, Marjorie, 12 Franconia Ave., Natick 
Money, Joan, 33 Stevens Rd., Needham 
Monique, Lois, 34 Miller Ave., Framingham 
Moynihan, Mary, 4 Homer St., Worcester 
Mullen, Kathleen, 14 Cotter Rd., Waban 
Mulvey, Mary, 30 Electric St., Worcester 
Nazarian, Sonya, 5 Stearns Rd., Watertown 
Parsons, Kay, 19 Mt. Pleasant St., North Brookfield 
Paul, Carole, 234 Bacon St., Natick 
Pepi, Joyce, 95 Pincushion Rd., Framingham 



Pineau, Rita, 24 Commonwealth Rd., Watertown 
Pinna, Frances, 15 Metcalf St., Ashland 
Russo, Eleanor, 106 Bristol Rd., Wellesley Hills 
Ryan, Corinne, 72 Walker Rd., Swampscott 
Secord, Shirley, Downey St., Hopkinton 
Shaffman, Nancy, 18 Milo St., West Newton 
Shapiro, A. Judith, 855 Dickinson St., Springfield 
Shapiro, Marjorie, 62 Stedman St., Brookline 
Sharon, Maureen, 40 Grove St., Hudson 
Shaw, Barbara, 100 Massachusetts Ave., Springfield 
Shea, Joanne, 10 Wood Ave., Framingham 
Stellato, Lorraine, 21 Benton Rd., Medford 
Sullivan, Barbara, 176 Garden St., Fall River 
Tivnan,' Patricia, 27 Raymond St., Worcester 
Varley, Kathleen, 156 Myrtle St., Waltham 
Vodoklys, Virginia, 167 Hastings St., Stow 
Waldron, Mary, 88 Highland St., New Bedford 
Walsh, Janet, 40 Aberdeen Ave., Waltham 
Waters, Adeline, 4 Maple St., Ayer 
Watson, Arline, 25 Marion Rd., Belmont 
Wegerdt, Ann, 34 Lowell Rd., Wellesley Hills 
Wright, Janet, Woodland St., Sherborn 
Zophin, Diane, 66 Westchester Rd., Newton 

SPECIAL ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORES 

DiPesa, Mildred, 52 Pearl Harbor Rd., Framingham 

Eldredge, Sally, Main St., Dover 

Gordon, Alice, Codger Lane, South Sudbury 

Grass, Catherine, 13 Park Ave., Natick 

McGrath, Shirley, 19 Carl St., Newton 

McHale, Nancy, 26 Spruce St., Framingham 

Offenback, Beatrice, 92 Harvard Ave., Brookline 

HOME ECONOMICS SOPHOMORES 

Beksha, Mary, 140 Sawtell Ave., Brockton 
Benson, Karyl, 905 Plympton St., Middleboro 
Blanchard, Janis, 121 East Main St., Avon 
Bolduc, Nancy, 16 Chandler St., Arlington 
Bosworth, Judy, 855 Pleasant St., Framingham 
Chisholm, Judith, 62 Central Ave., Hyde Park 
Cowhig, Jane, 60 White Pine St., Newton Upper Falls 
Cowell, Judith, Main St., Cummington 
Craig, Ann, 36 Pondview Rd., Arlington 
Crisci, Barbara, 26 Prospect Terr., Leominster 
Cronan, Mary Lou, 186 State St., Framingham 
Crooks, Rhoda, Crooks Rd., North Brookfield 
Crosby, Helen, Water St., Pembroke 
Curtin, Sheila, 13 Sunset Rd., Waltham 
Curtis, Joan, Park St., Island Creek 
Dalton, Joanne, 486 Pearse Rd., Swansea 
DiBattista, Jeanne, 51 North Bow St., Milford 
Dowling, Patricia, 6 City View St., Worcester 
Driscoll, Maureen, 311 Adams St., Quincy 
Dwyer, Dorothy, 255 Park St., Stoughton 
Erat, Priscilla, 77 Phoenix Terr., Springfield 
Fitzgerald, Nancy, 99 Lincoln Rd., Medford 
Fitzpatrick, Martha, 54 Mayall Rd., Waltham 
Flynn, Nancy, 48 Elm St., Shrewsbury 
Folsom, Anne, 9 Grovers Ave., Winthrop 
Gallagher, Frances, 8 Bucknam St., Roxbury 
Gerrits, Mary Claire, 15 Moreland St., Worcester 
Gittleman, Shirley, 60 Woodrow Ave., Dorchester 
Haley, Ann, 97 Parder St., Newton Center 
Hedquist, Ann, 279 Cedar St., New Bedford 
Heron, Julie, 27 Howard St., Melrose 
Hindlian, Mary, 16 Irma Ave., Watertown 
Hourihan, Joan, 29 Robinwood Ave., Jamaica Plain 
Lanigan, Mary, 9 Cleveland St., Arlington 
Lavalle, Janet, 235 Prospect St., Marlboro 
Looney, Maureen, 20 Winthrop St., Winchester 
Lovett, Alicine, 75 Faneuil St., Brighton 
Lynch, Barbara, 27 Mayhew St., Dorchester 



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HOME ECONOMICS SOPHOMORES 

Makepeace, Sally, 22 Kenilworth Rd., Shrewsbury 
Morrison, Nancy, 188 Mechanic St., Canton 
Novitski, Barbara, 14 New York St., Worcester 
Odiorne, Barbara, 266 Lowell St., Wilmington 
Pierce, Barbara, 46 Brookfeld Rd., Winthrop 
Pierce, Benita, Box 149 West Yarmouth 
Rouleau, Beverly, 198 Fremont St., Taunton 
Santoro, Denise, 189 Pleasant St., Brockton 
Shea, Eleanor, 182 Hawthorn Rd., Braintree 
Sheehan, Anne, 69 Hope St., Attleboro 
Sullivan, Elizabeth, 45 Larchmont Rd., Salem 
Welz, Ellen, 8 Bacon Rd., Newtonville 

SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS 
SOPHOMORES 

Adams, Marie, 87 State St., Framingham 
Bennet, June, 39 Lakeview Ave., Natick 
Kochanek, Anna, 108 Chapman St., Dracut 
Porter, Jane, 78 Standish Rd., Wellesley Hills 

VOCATIONAL SOPHOMORES 



Bowen, Alice, 137 Boardman Ave., Melrose 

Cabral, Anna, Box 184, Walnut Plain Rd., West Wareham 

Colpitts, Jacqueline, 35 Lincoln St., Dedham 

Haydon, Nancy, Route 6A, West Barnstable 

Lacaire, Susan, 3 Summer St., Spencer 

Miller, Janet, 9 Rounds St., New Bedford 

Nichols, Edith, High St., West Duxbury 

Stone, Barbara, 71 Pleasant St., Somerset 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN 



Aronoff, Gloria, 20 Egmont St., Brookline 

Babson, Ada, 1128 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls 

Bauer, Gayann, 73 Main St., Medway 

Beall, Carol, 119 Bright St., Waltham 

Bennett, Gloria, Main St., Harwich 

Betsch, Barbara, 1481 Pulaski Blvd., Bellingham 

Black, Barbara, 22 Kimball Rd., Dedham 

Bradley, Nancy, 38 Simpson Drive, Framingham 

Brennan, Carol, 66 Bacon St., South Attleboro 

Burke, Carol, 90 Dale St., Dedham 

Caulstone, Elise, 1494 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington 

Cella, Camille, 25 Braemore Rd., Medford 

Cerny, Carol, 51 Columbus Ave., Southbridge 

Chausse, Claire, 147 Princeton St., New Bedford 

Ciafardini, Lois, 124 Watuppa Ave., Somerset 

Cibel, Nancy, 30 Perkins St., Newton 

Cloutier, Joan, 462 Ledge Rd., Seekonk 

Cody, Kathleen, 42 King St., Franklin 

Cohen, Sheva, 77 Montvale Rd., Newton 

Condon, Rosemary, 237 Union Ave., Framingham 

Cooney, Mary L., 15 Gilbert St., Framingham 

Cooper, Elizabeth, 9 Robert Rd., Framingham 

Corcoran, Elaine, 35 Richardson Rd., Belmont 

Crandell, Nancy, 30 Alpine Place, Franklin 

Curran, Shelia, 22 Berkeley St., Marlboro 

Curtin, Donna, 1 1 Virginia Rd., Arlington 

Dacey, Mary, 18 Winchester Drive, Arlington 

Dailey, Katherine, 73 Warwick Rd., West Newton 

Daley, Jane, 183 Warren Rd., Framingham 

Daly, Ann, 93 Turner St., Brighton 

DeCosta, Ruth, 17 Magnolia St., Arlington 

DeSimone, Roberta, 41 Mossdale Rd., Jamaica Plain 

DiSciullo, Mary, Everett St., Wrentham 

Dodge, Carol, 67 Warren Rd., Framingham 



Drew, Janice, 50 Elson Rd., Waltham 

Eldredge, Nancy, Barn Hill Rd., West Chatham 

Emmons, Suzanne, 49 Sweetwater Ave., Bedford 

Ernst, Judith, Pleasant Park Rd., Harwich 

Farley, Michelle, 37 Elizabeth Cir., Framingham 

Finn, Nancy, 20 Prospect St., Hyde Park 

Fitzmaurice, Mary, 305 Claflin St., Belmont 

Flint, Elizabeth, 29 Oak St., Belmont 

Frain, Ay\aureen, 88 Franklin St., Watertown 

Garrahan, Martha, 18 Brookfield Rd., Waltham 

Gillon, Patricia, 2 Dennett St., Hopedale 

Grossman, Allyn, 15 Heather Drive, Framingham 

Grundberg, Paula, 183 North Elm St., West Bridgewater 

Hall, Martha, 32 Day Hill Rd., Framingham 

Harvey, Dorothy, 12 Gulliver St., Milton 

Hayes, Judith, 116 Winthrop St., Framingham 

Heenan, Hope, 12 Crescent Ave., Newton Center 

Henrikson, Judith, 24 Mulberry St., Beverly 

Heseltine, Marilyn, Strawberry Hill Rd., Ahdover 

Hills, Linda, 214 Bacon St., Waltham 

Howell, Jean, 143 Park Ave., Arlington 

Hurley, Patricia, 14 Morey Rd., Roslin'dale 

Ingham, Roberta, 254 Webster St., Auburndale 

Jarvis, Sally, 674 Common St., Walpole 

Kaizer, Edna, 117 Grant St., Framingham 

Keaney, Marguerite, 85 Barber Rd., Framingham 

Kenney, Kathleen, 239 Bellevue St., West Roxbury 

King, Sandra, 26 Richwood St., Framingham 

LaFontaine, Barbara, 241 Read St., South Attleboro 

Latorella, Deborah, 117 Bartlett Rd., Winthrop 

Lawson, Patricia, 13 St. Paul St., Brookline 

Lefebvre, Andree, 40 Mann St., South Bellingham 

Levine, Mary, 131 Arlington St., Framingham 

Litchfield, Christine, 102 Davenport St., Taunton 

Longworth, June, 152 Danforth St., Saxonville 

Macdonald, Olive, 12 Daly Rd., Hingham 

MacFadden, Joan, 152 Riverview St., Brockton 

MacLeod, Norma, 84 Centennial Ave., Gloucester 

Martin, Maureen, 16 Arsenal Rd., Framingham 

McCarthy, Ruth, 39 Cottage St., Saxonville 

McGuire, Lois, 522 Heath St., Chestnut Hill 

Moore, Joyce, 36 John St., Reading 

Moore, Sybil, 10 Harrington Ave., 'Concord 

Moschi, Hope, 25 Jensen Rd., Watertown 

Murnane, Mary, 164 Greendale Ave:, Needham 

Murphy, Mary E., 10 Rice St., Hudson 

Murphy, Nancy, 70 Ward St., Lexington 

Murtaugh, Joan, 153 Newbury St., Framingham 

Nash, Dorothy, 213 Manning St., Hudson 

Norton, Winifred, 101 Dean Rd., Brookline 

Oliveri, Jo-Anne, 29 Lawndale St., Belmont 

Pacheco, Carol, 199 Caroline St., New Bedford 

Parnes, Joelle, 6 Warren Rd., Waba'n 

Pasquantonio, Claudia, 104 Stratford - St., West Roxbury 

Poisson, Marion, 15 St. Lawrence St.^ Acushnet 

Quirk, Catherine, 60 Eliot St., Wateitown 

Rodenhaven, Marie, 117 Hoover Rd., "Needham 

Ross, Priscilla, 28 West St., Natick 

Sampson, Kathleen, 30 Bernard St_ Newton Highlands 

Schneider, Janice, 138 Irving St., Everett 

Scully, Sandra, 17 Wade St., Newton" Highlands 

Shields, Brenda, 59 Eliot Rd., Arlington 

Singer, Ruth, 45 Hamilton St., Dorchester 

Sean, Sister Mary, 863 Central St., Framingham Centre 

Slamin, Elizabeth, 30 Gloucester Rd., Westwood 

Stankard, Albertine, 89 Rockridge Rd., Waltham 

Stearns, Carol, 66 Pearl St., Framingham 

Stevens, Pauline, 64 Cypress St., BrookHne 

Sullivan, Elizabeth A., 26 Orchard St., Somerset 

Taylor, Patrice, 30 Chestnut St., Milfo'rd 

Teixeira, Elaine, 34 Sherman St., Roxbvry 

Thatcher, Judith, 25 Pine St., Palmer 

Thomes, Joanne, 18 Winnemay St., Natick 

Tornoe, Sally, 14 Red Coat Rd.. Framingham 

Tosca, Patricia, 234 Grove St., Brockton 

Tuite, Maryalice, 37 Oak Hill Rd., Waltham 

Turner, Anne, 35 Livingstone Lane, Waltham 



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ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN 



Vaux, Geraldine, 95 Homestead Circle, Hamilton 
Voile, Marilyn, 35 Marlboro St., Dedham 
Walker, Jayne, 85 High St., Newton 
Wasson, Brenda, 162 Hunnewell Ave., Newton 
West, Carolyn, 403 Concord St., Framingham 
White, Barbara, 273 Cabot St., Newtonville 
Wishnow, Marilyn, 126 E. Side Parkway, Newton 
Zagwyn, Barbara, 100 Villa St., Waltham 



SPECIAL ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN 

Borelli, Loretta, 225 Grant St., Framingham 
Green, Suzanne, High St., Ashland 
Haley, Pearl, 22 Paxton Rd., Saxonville 
Hancock, Mildred, 8 Emerson St., Natick 
McCarthy, Jean, 423 Grafton St., Shrewsbury 
Mead, Virginia, Centre St., Dover 
Russo, Eleanor, 106 Bristol Rd., Wellesley Hills 
Turner, Joan, 79 Captain Pierce Rd., Egypt 
Zeeb, Elinore, 10 Cunningham Rd., Wellesley 

HOME ECONOMICS FRESHMEN 



Andersen, Janice, 3 Mars St., Worcester 

Anketell, Winifred, 137 State St., Framingham 

Barnhill, Beverly, 45 Florence Ave., Arlington 

Barton, Mary, 27 Alder St., Lowell 

Bertelli, Barbara, 877 Pleasant St., Worcester 

Brown, Lyda, 68 Theadore Parker Rd., West Roxbury 

Burke, Christine, 138 Loring Rd., Winthrop 

Burke, Kathleen, 37 Hill St., New Bedford 

Cabana, Mary, High St., West Warren 

Callahan, Catherine, 34 Tremlett St., Dorchester 

Carbone, Patricia, 1047 South St., Roslindale 

Carney, Ellen, 159 Summer St., Waltham 

Casey, Mary, 194 Erie St., Cambridge 

Centracchio, Diane, 47 Berkley St., South Dartmouth 

Clapp, Sandra, 2 Prospect St., Nahant 

Coleman, Theresa, 30 Woodford St., Dorchester 

Collins, Sandra, 285 Bacon St., Natick 

Conners, Alice, 28 Morton St., Needham 

Connolly, Mary, 30 Bryant St., Cranston, Rhode Island 

Copeland, Phyllis, 20 Londonderry Rd., Marblehead 

Cronin, Anne, 7 East St., Warren 

Crowley, Noreen, 261 Boylston St., Brockton 

Davidowicz, Joan, 2 Lee St., Salem 

DeCicco, Marie, 83 Beacon St., Framingham 

DeLuca, Sandra, 107 Farrar Ave., Hyde Park 

DeRonde, Janet, 59 Banks St., Cambridge 

Donnelly, Joanne, 14 Catharine St., Worcester 

Eaton, Anne, 4 Agassiz Park, Jamaca Plain 

Farley, Margaret, 29 Madeline St., Brighton 

Fickeisen, Erika, 82 Dunster Rd., Jamaica Plain 

Fistori, Diane, 100 May St., Worcester 

Flood, Catherine, 26 Curtis Rd., Framingham 

Hanning, Janet, 96 Bristol Rd., Medford 

Haven, Nancy, 390 A. Sousa Circle, Chatham 

Healy, Mary L., 42 Hudson St., Milton 



Hill, Catherine, 11 Cutler Farm Rd., Lexington 
Holmes, Ellen, 39 Tilton Ave., Ashland 
Honan, Kenny, 260 Pleasant St., Winthrop 
Jackson, Jane, 14 Dale St., Needham 
Johnson, Marilyn, 13 Maple St., Hopkinton 
Johnson, Nancy, 1247 Newman Ave., Seekonk 
Keane, Grace, 61 Jamaica St., Jamaica Plain 
Kelly, Carol, 21 Girard Rd., Stoneham 
Kelly, Priscilla, 23 Symmes St., Roslindale 
Kennedy, Phyllis, 1167 Highland St., Holliston 
Kennedy, Rosemary, 691 Robeson St., Fall River 
Klein, Geraldine, State Line Rd., West Stockbridge 
Kowalski, Carolyn, 8 Columbine Rd., Worcester 
Lafond, Jacquelyn, Old State Rd., Chester 
LeBlanc, Janice, 22 Shawmut St., Quincy 
Lutes, Linda, 1 1 Hoyle St., Norwood 
Lyons, Margaret, 46 Marked Tree Rd., Needham 
MacLellan, Rita, 2115 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester 
McGreenery, Karen, 62 Marshall St.-, Newton Centre 
McKenna, Maureen, 33 Intervale St., Lynn 
McManama, Sarah, 162 Summer St., Waltham 
McNulty, Patricia, 25 Taylor St., Littleton 
McParland, Ellen, 397 Beale St., Wollaston 
Morrissey, Joyce, 81 Court St., Westfield 
O'Leary, Marion, 704 Washington St., Brighton 
Olson, Marolyn, 1 1 Lorenz St., Worcester 
Papineau, Marcia, 60 Mt. Vernon Ave., Needham 
Power, Sandra, 16 Cordis St., Charlestown 
Rago, Elizabeth, 53 Parsons St., Brighton 
Reardon, Catherine, 38 Shade Hill Rd., Newton 
Rogers, Therese, 83 Holliston St., Medway 
Shea, Karolyn, 7 West St., Framingham 
Skinder, Mary, 8 Boylston St., Jamaica Plain 
Skjold, Patricia, 7 Ustic Rd., Stoneham 
Spence, Marcia, 104 Summer St., Arlington 
Spognardi, Regina, 154 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Stackhouse, Clarissa, 65 Washington St., Newton 
Steele, Sally, 33 Walnut St., Holden 
Sweet, Nancy, 187 Pleasant St., Worcester 
Talmanson, Elaine, 15 Sunset Rd., Stoneham 
Tattersal, Janice, 630 Grove St., Worcester 
Thibedeau, Florence, 783 West Central St., Franklin 
Touchette, Linda, 3 Farm Hills Lane, Hingham 
Varnum, Sandra, R.F.D., North Brookfield 
Vars, Ruth, 45 Locust St., Reading 
Walker, Sharon, Pleasant Bay Rd., West Harwich 
Winslow, Louise, 41 Bruce St., Littleton 
Wyche, Adrienne, 145 Harrishof St., Roxbury 

SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS FRESHMEN 

Gilboy, Jane, 39 Maple St., Franklin 
Grignaffini, Theresa, 60 Pleasant St., Wellesley 
Jones, Ruth, 22 Adams Rd., Framingham 
McElhiney, Elsa, 1 1 Woodland Ave., Beverly 

VOCATIONAL FRESHMEN 

Mello, Idalino, 84 Hathaway St., Fall River 
Rowe, Betsy, 69 Blossom St., Lexington 
Sawtelle, Betty, 50 Hall Rd., Winchendon 
Smith, Elizabeth, 135 Highland Ave., Winthrop 



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Greetings to the Class of 1958. What a 
world for young well trained women to take 
their places — teaching the children — doing 
work in hospitals and the many interesting 
openings for women in Home Economics. 

Always remember your college 'on the hill' 
and be grateful for the preparation for life that 
you have received from Framingham. 

HAZEL A. CHEEVER 

President, Alumnae Association 

State Teachers College at Framingham 



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